Michael Pederson is a street artist and photographer in Sydney, Australia. His blog Miguel Marquez Outside shows, among other projects, signs that Pederson has placed in public. They look official and offer rules, suggestions, and information about the area.
Many of Pederson's signs twist the traditional notion of informational signs (like those found in museums!) I wonder how we could play with visitors' expectations in exhibits by using ideas like this?
You can find many more images/interventions on the Miguel Marquez Outside blog, and check out this recent interview about Pederson and his work.
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