A Crave shout-out of the Graffiti Research Lab variety

Tagging a building with laser graffiti at Eyebeam.

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A few months ago we wrote about the Graffiti Research Lab, a set of artists who have created LASER Tag , the hacked projector that can be used to create temporary laser graffiti. The guys at GRL got their start at Eyebeam, an art and technology center in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood that always has some Craveworthy stuff going on (a few months ago, they had a real live Mooninite on display!)

Last night, at Eyebeam's tenth-anniversary benefit party, I had the chance to play around with one of the GRL's laser pointers and tag the side of a building across the street. (It was the same building where I played Space Invaders last year. Don't I have the best job ever?) Most of the attendees were interested in drawing Mooninites or various unspeakable anatomical parts, but I chose to write "Crave is Awesome." Fellow Cravers, I

Unfortunately, my camera wasn't taking very good pictures of it, so it's a little bit illegible, but I think you can still make the words out, right?

About the author

Caroline McCarthy, a CNET News staff writer, is a downtown Manhattanite happily addicted to social-media tools and restaurant blogs. Her pre-CNET resume includes interning at an IT security firm and brewing cappuccinos.


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