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Who's Hiding Tiny Sculpted Ears All Over Your City?

'Ear and There' is an anonymous, crowdsourced street art project that claims responsibility for sticking more than 300 ears all over the world. Here's how you can join in.

by Emerson Rosenthal
Mar 16 2015, 4:30pm

Plaza Elias Santos Abreu, Los llanos de Aridane, Canary Islands, Spain

Ears have been popping up on surfaces around the world. From a Turkish castle, to the Dubai Mall, to even inside an Italian contemporary art museum, over 300 ears are part of the anonymous, crowdsourced street art project, Ear and There.

The artist behind the work is revealing few details about the initiative, but told The Creators Project the hope is "everyone who experiences the project will do so in their own way." He or she did admit, however, that the epoxy ears were molded off of their own right ear—and that there are a lot of them. If you're reading this, consider it a personal invitation to obtain a "souvenear" of your very own and place it on a wall, too. All it takes is to order one online, to make your desired modifications (like color, in case you want to hide your ear—or make it stand out), and to stick it wherever you want. 

Check out the ears, placed in different locations, below:

An ear posted outside the London Fields Hall of Fame, London

Uchisar Castle, Cappadocia, Turkey

Chapel of Sant Amate, Italy

Corner of Fifth Avenue and 12th St., New York City

Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Brooklyn

Hengchun Nanmen, Taiwan

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