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Video: Look, Above! Celeb Arrows Put Hollywood in Hollywood

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Yesterday we wondered, along with Franklin Avenue, who or what was behind the arrows with the celebrity faces that have been spotted dangling from wires over our streets.

Thanks to a reader, we learned that this is the work of Above, who was here in the summer to hang 100 arrows featuring the faces of the top 50 male celebs and the top 50 female celebs.

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The artist spent a dozen days installing his project, with the goal of "giving Los Angeles a large dose of exactly what it obsesses about; movies and the actors that make the city of Los Angeles so uniquely scandalous."

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