Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Improv Everywhere in the Museum

Not our museum, unfortunately. The merry pranksters of Improv Everywhere showed up at the Metropolitan Museum of Art recently with one member who resembles Diego Velazquez's portrait of King Philip IV of Spain, costumed and ready to sign autographs in front of his picture.

What we like best about the goof is how careful they were to adhere to museum regulations, including signing autographs in pencil, not pen. Read more about the project here.

1 comment:

analusis said...

I love this group ...