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JR in New York City

Hi-Fructose Vol. 18 featured artist, JR, has recently landed in New York City to continue on his Inside Out world tour and project. When we last caught up with the artist in Los Angeles (here and here), JR was rounding out his Wrinkles of the City Project, and following his recent TED award, has now moved on to Outside In, an interactive and participatory worldwide street art initiative. For the New York campaign, the photographer is focusing on Native American imagery, get a look at some of the images the artist sent us, after the jump.

Hi-Fructose Vol. 18 featured artist, JR, has recently landed in New York City to continue on his Inside Out world tour and project. When we last caught up with the artist in Los Angeles (here and here), JR was rounding out his Wrinkles of the City Project, and following his recent TED award, has now moved on to Outside In, an interactive and participatory worldwide street art initiative. For the New York campaign, the photographer is focusing on Native American imagery, get a look at some of the images the artist sent us, below.

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