In the world of espionage, an umbrella is a pistol, a pen a microphone and that quiet kid at Starbucks a KGB informant. Nothing is what it seems. Inviting the public to look through the eyes of a spy and question the seemingly normal world around them, Red Tettemer created a provocative piece of interactive media (check out the video attached). As pedestrians pass the unit, it detects their motion and transforms the clean-cut gentleman into three elaborate disguises: a longh
Outdoor advertisment created by Red Tettemer, United States for International Spy Museum, within the category: Recreation, Leisure.
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