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Facebook logo sculpture by Boston's Zebbler Studios on Chronicle!

Facebook logo sculpture by Zebbler Studios on Chronicle

The Boston Artists Blog was happy to help Facebook find the perfect local creative team to bring this sculpture to fruition, and we were thrilled to see it on tv last night. "We have a sculpture that we had built for our launch a little over 3 and a half years ago. It's made of recycled computer components in the shape of our logo," says Boston's Facebook headquarters on WCVB's Chronicle. The genius creatives behind this sculpture are our friends at Zebbler Studios. You may have seen Zebbler Studios' work before as they are well known for their custom First Night projections on the Boston Public Library. They are also the creators of the psychedelic Shpongletron for the electronic group Shpongle. We look forward to seeing more collaborations with Zebbler Studios around Boston in the near future, and we encourage local businesses to email us if they are in need of art! We know many artists in the area and can help make the perfect connection.
See the full clip at: http://www.wcvb.com/chronicle

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