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This photo posted today by the Chicago Tribune‘s national legal correspondent James Oliphant—-who had to come pick up his 3-year-old becuase of a bomb scare that turned out to be a fake homeless polar bear—-looked oddly familiar. It’s all confirmed, of course. Sculptor Mark Jenkins, whose realistic tape sculptures we wrote about last October, has moved on from random women who appear to be sitting on buildings to Greenpeace. Four Jenkins-created homeless polar bears have been installed in D.C. causing the requisite stirs. We know about the one in Columbia Heights. Where are the other three?
While you’re thinking it over, check the reaction to Jenkins’ earlier piece, from the CP video archives: