Facebook Statuses Turned Absurdist Art

Facebook Statuses Turned Absurdist Art

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Tara Bellucci
Mar 25, 2013

Joining a group, tagging people in photos, and updating relationship statuses are digital second nature. Artist Nicolas Ritter created the photo series "The Social Network" to reimagine those likes and clicks into scenarios in the physical world. Needless to say, gaining a new level in Mafia Wars has a very different meaning.

In other news, Evernote expands internationally, and Bon Jovi lists his SoHo penthouse for $42 million. See the headlines after the jump.

• An Absurd, Real-World Reinterpretation Of Your Facebook Feed | Co.Design
• Evernote Looks For Int’l Growth, Inks Strategic Partnership With Deutsche Telekom, Starting With 1-Year Premium Accounts In Germany | TechCrunch
• Jon Bon Jovi Is Asking $42 Million For His New York City Home | Huff Post Home

(Image: Nicolas Ritter)

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