CINCINNATI (AP) — Cincinnati has joined a global art project, gluing hundreds of poster-sized portraits of area residents in public spaces.
In the days leading up to Tuesday's culmination of the project, area residents have lined up at various locations to get their photo taken in a truck. The photos were printed seconds later on poster-sized paper.
The black-and-white portraits have been glued to a popular farmers market, a general store in Rabbit Hash, Ky., and most visibly, Fountain Square in the heart of downtown Cincinnati.
The pictures began carpeting the granite walkways of the square on Monday, and the project finishes up on Tuesday.
The art project, known as Inside Out, spans the world and has included the portraits of more than 120,000 people.