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  1. Object Orange (formerly Detroit. Demolition. Disneyland.) is an artistic project in Detroit, Michigan which seeks to draw attention to dilapidated buildings by painting them orange. The project is composed of local artists, who go by their first names only (Christian, Jacques, Greg, Mike and Andy) for fear of prosecution.

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  2. Object Orange - Wikipedia

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    Object Orange (formerly Detroit. Demolition. Disneyland.) is an artistic project in Detroit, Michigan which seeks to draw attention to dilapidated buildings by painting them orange. The project is composed of local artists, who go by their first names only (Christian, Jacques, Greg, Mike and Andy) for fear of prosecution.

  3. Object Orange | Thrive

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    Object Orange In 2006 Detroit had more than 7,000 abandoned buildings and only 2,000 were slated for destruction. The abandoned, dilapidated buildings were not only eye sores, they were being used as dumping grounds, drug dens, and kids were playing in the dangerous rubble.

  4. Detroit, Demolition, Disneyland | SpontaneousInterventions

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    Detroit, Michigan 2009 to present When a collective of Detroit artists calling itself Object Orange started painting some of the city’s 7,000 abandoned and dilapidated buildings bright orange, they meant to bring beauty to decay.

  5. Detroit's Object Orange goes national - Absolute Michigan

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    Dec 11, 2006 · Thanks to PSFK and their article on Detroit’s Object Orange for the above video. ddd2 by ghettobrooke We initially went with this feature because of a nice NPR feature from WDET, Detroit Artists Paint Town Orange to Force Change. The interview (which was kind of choppy on my system) explored the motivation behind the group […]

  6. http://good.is/In our first issue we profiled a group of artists in Detroit who started painting dilapidated buildings "Tiggerific Orange" to bring attention...

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  7. Detroit’s Object Orange | Wooster Collective

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    Dec 08, 2006 · Detroit’s Object Orange Earlier this week, I participated in a radio segment about Detroit’s Object Orange project by giving a short interview to NPR (America’s National Public Radio). The segment ran yesterday on the show Day to Day and you can listen to it here

  8. Detroit's Object Orange - PSFK

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  9. After the Revolution | Visual Art | Detroit | Detroit Metro Times

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    Apr 19, 2006 · Through the end of this month, "before" and "after" glimpses of the crew's efforts are showcased in Object Orange: Detroit. Disneyland. Demolition., a photo exhibit documenting the site-specific ...

  10. Orange Alert - Metropolis

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    Jun 01, 2006 · But last summer an anonymous group of artists calling itself Object Orange was inspired by Guyton’s work, as well as the international Shrinking Cities Project, to create another series of urban art installations in a section of northern Detroit using paint to advocate demolition as a positive force for change.

  11. thedetroiter.com

    www.thedetroiter.com › nov05 › disneydemolition

    In addition to Tyree Guyton, Detroit has had more than its fair share of artists who have taken notice of this situation and done something about it. Recently, however, we have taken up a particular project that has actually netted results - faster than anyone, especially us, could have anticipated.

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