About The Sit Project

The SIT Project is an endeavor in neighborhood solidarity based on the premise that if you see something that is broken, go fix it. I find chairs that have been tossed to the curb and are destined for the landfill, then take them home and re-FAB-ilitate them;  whether that means lassoing a broken arm rest together with colorful duct tape, painting a laughing face on the seat, or simply adding a frilly parasol.  Then I take the newly restored chair and plant it at a bus stop with no seating. It’s that easy.

  • Saturday, December 15th, 2012

    TheDailyCity.com: Cardboard Art Festival

    I have to admit that I haven’t been putting out as many chairs this month… and I apologize to all the grannies out there that have had to clutch to a sign post for lack of seating. I promise to get out there in the next couple of days and help you out!

    Part of the reason for the lack of chairbombing, has been because of a new project on the horizon. Myself and a few dear friends of mine, are working together on a fun new event called the Cardboard Art Festival.

    It will be taking place at Say It Loud, a really amazing design studio (affectionately known as the “orange building” by most peeps)  in the Mills/50 district of Orlando .

    We’ll be filling the space with installations made by a team of fantastic artists (like me!) and then holding 3 days worth of programming in the cardboard fantasticness. Day 1 will be a dj dance party, day 2 will have a matinee movie viewing and then a pop up dinner, day 3 will have another matinee movie viewing followed by a concert/performance.

    So check it out!

    And I promise to put out some chairs this week!

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