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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Ridiculous Ads Worm Their Way Ever Deeper Into Public Spaces

Many of the images in this article are familiar but it's nice to see them all in one place.
A phenomenon that has been dubbed “Ad Creep” continues apace with our public structures as more and more are being rented out for branding and messaging. In India, for instance, a support column of a highway overpass has just been turned into a bone to hawk some pharma product called Sandoz, which turns your skeleton into concrete or something. [More Here]

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