Street Artist JR Creates iPad App to Help You Track Down His Work

The artist who goes by JR believes that the street is “the largest gallery in the world.” If that’s the case, then this gallery is now officially offering a guided tour of his work.

JR’s most famous pieces are black-and-white lithograph portraits that are pasted at odd places. Some of these places include actual galleries in museums such as the Tate Modern in London, but much of the time, the pieces will be on the sides of buildings around the world–or, say, a ship in Japan. Fortunately, the artist has made it much easier to appreciate his work in person by creating a new iPad app that shows where all his pieces are located.

Screen Shot of App

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