If Shia LaBeouf has taught us anything it’s that life is more fun when you break the rules and do things differently.
And it looks like the actor-turned-artist is back to his unusual ways on a summer road trip that is unlike anything you’ve seen before. The Transformers actor is currently making his way across the United States with help from a few lucky drivers who are open to picking him up and joining him on his journey.
LaBeouf is calling his latest art installment #TakeMeAnywhere and kicked it off last Monday with the intention of keeping it running until June 23rd. Drivers can track LeBeouf’s progress on Twitter, where the star is sharing his GPS coordinates in the hopes that people in the area will track him down. You can also follow LaBeouf’s journey on VICE, which has an interactive map tracking his progress.
The final footage from his journey will be turned into a documentary that will be screened at the Finnish Institute in London and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art.
This isn’t the first time the 29-year-old has involved the public in his art projects. Over the years, he has live-streamed his face while he watched all of his films in reverse chronological order and even hung out in an elevator for 24 hours.
So if you’re looking for something to do this weekend (and you’re an avid LaBeouf fan) make your way across the border to try and track him down…