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Artists Decking Out Famous San Francisco Locations with 3D Mistletoe

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Jes Voight and Kassandra Z want you to make out. They also like making things. That’s why they’ve gone around San Francisco and decked the out famous locations with 3D mistletoe, calling the project #urbanmistletoe. When I asked Jess about why they were doing it she said “This is street art intended to spread holiday cheer and and some delightful make out sessions.” I think we can all appreciate that.

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According to their site this is how it works:

Step 1: Find an #urbanmistletoe.

Step 2: Find a human.

Step 3: Smooch!

Step 4: Snap a photo and share.

Then you can tag your photos with #urbanmistletoe and your pic will show up on their site.

Fun right? Go to to find out where all these photogenic smooching spots are located. Now please commence with some holiday grade tonsil hockey.

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