AddArt in NY Times

AddArt, a browser plugin I’m developing at Eyebeam was written about in the New York Times today.


AddArt is an extension for the Firefox browser which removes advertising and replaces it with art. The project is being developed and I’m looking for funding to pay coders as well as provide stipends to artists and curators. If you’d like to make a tax deductible donation, let me know.

Read the Times story…

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  1. Stinky Puppy says:

    AddArt rocks!

    Other handy features would be the ability to choose my own images to have replace the advertising. Or choose what style of art I want to see… or view random images…. or images from Flikr accounts or tags. Lots of possibilities!

  2. a macLean says:

    Wow! Good work.

  3. Jake Edwards says:

    Remarkable real world genius!

    I think that this must be the greatest online tool to accompany the browser beyond any shadow of a doubt.

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