Did you know you can find me on Google Maps?
I was invited to be part of YouTube Space LA’s Interior Street View Project back in January. Like any
self-respecting crazy YouTube Cooking show host, I grabbed my Next Chef hat and a whisk for the chance to be immortalized in one of the sound booths made available to YouTube creators.
Plenty of other YouTubers were on hand, like the lovely Olga Kay (above, lower right) and you can see landmarks like the helicopter parked in front of the Space (above, top right).
If you don’t know where to navigate and find me, you may be on a quest that rivals Canadian artist Jon Rafman’s Google Street View art project, and I wouldn’t want you out on a wild moose hunt searching for me.
You should be deposited into one of the super cool sound stages available for YouTube creators to use. Isn’t YouTube good to us? Use the arrows to move around the room to check out the shenanigans. Then, move to the back of the studio and place your cursor near the doorway.
Now you’re headed into the reception area. Notice the red helicopter through the front window and the creators seated on the blue couches? I am actually there, but when you move closer, I’ll disappear. It’s the freaky technology of the Google viewer.
Spend some time checking out the rest of YouTube Space LA. Although I can practically guarantee you won’t see a wild moose running down the street, you’re bound to see some creative YouTubers in compromising positions!
Check out more Google Street View Art from Jon Rafman at his website 9 Eyes. Please note, not all images are suitable for all audiences.
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