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June 10, 2013 AT 6:00 am

Glitch Safari: Glitches in the Wild

Glitch Safari is a flickr and vimeo group moderated by artists Antonio Roberts and Jeff Donaldson.

From the group description:

Displays will glitch in our modern, urban landscape. These occurrences generally go unnoticed by society or are ignored as technological failure.

Glitch Safari is a group that sees the magical quality in these sometimes fleeting instances and celebrates this aesthetic as machine art.

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Submissions are focused on public display errors (more so of the pattern variety than the common windows boot screen type) that are unprovoked or, natural:

We’re on the hunt for glitches from across the globe! Post pictures and videos of glitches found on displays, signs and machines.

Please geo tag your submissions and, for more points, add a description of where you found it*

Submit your found glitches to the flickr and vimeo pools today!


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