Before Snapchat, See How Jeff Koons Made Iconic Public Art With Puppy
Thanks to Snapchat, Jeff Koons sculptures are now visible around the world as part of an augmented-reality experience. You’ll find Koons’s Balloon Dog in Central Park in New York City, while the Balloon Rabbit has taken up residence in the Champs de Mars in Paris. What makes Koons so eager to partner with Snapchat? Lessons from his 1992 sculpture Puppy may reveal the answer.
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