<body> Public Ad Campaign: The Naked City: More Supergraphic Signs Disappear
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Monday, June 28, 2010

The Naked City: More Supergraphic Signs Disappear

Los Angeles has been making some amazing strides towards controlling the proliferation of illegal supergraphics, thanks in no small part to Dennis Hathaway and his unprecedented dedication.
Supergraphic "Sex and the City 2" ad being removed from Santa Monica Blvd. office building Northbound travelers on the 405 freeway in West L.A. might be asking what happened to the supergraphic signs that used to be stretched across the face of a 12-story office building on adjacent Sepulveda Blvd., advertising such products as movies, cellphones, ... [More Here]

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