New York’s StickyBits has a hand in two street murals in New York, Mashable is reporting.
The art is based on Lipton Brisk’s funky new cans–in theory–and each one has an enormous StickyBits barcode. StickyBits is that hot NYC startup that built a way for people to leave comments on real world objects using barcodes and a mobile app.
Lipton is also working with another hot NYC startup: Foursquare!
Scan the barcode on the mural and you’ll see a time-lapse video of it being painted. Then you’ll be prompted to scan a can of Lipton in order to win an Xbox 360.
You must be new here, Lipton–we usually do that kind of thing on Twitter.
The murals are at 54 E. 125th St. and at Bedford and N. 7th Ave. in Brooklyn.
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