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‘Eyebombing’ with googly eyes in Madrid

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Have you ever seen the makings of a face on an inanimate object? Did you have any googly eyes handy at the time? As we’ve featured before, eyebombing” or “vandaleyes-ing” is when you add googly eyes to something, creating a face that wasn’t quite there before. Nuria Pérez Paredes and her daughters fell in love with the idea and recently took to the streets for some Eyebombing in Madrid. Thanks to the video above, we get to come along…

In the archives: visit Spain.

Thanks, Nuria.

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