Glitch Safari is a flickr and vimeo group moderated by artists Antonio Roberts and Jeff Donaldson.
From the group description:
Displays will glitch in our modern, urban landscape. These occurrences generally go unnoticed by society or are ignored as technological failure.
Glitch Safari is a group that sees the magical quality in these sometimes fleeting instances and celebrates this aesthetic as machine art.
Submissions are focused on public display errors (more so of the pattern variety than the common windows boot screen type) that are unprovoked or, natural:
We’re on the hunt for glitches from across the globe! Post pictures and videos of glitches found on displays, signs and machines.
Please geo tag your submissions and, for more points, add a description of where you found it*
Submit your found glitches to the flickr and vimeo pools today!
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