<body> Public Ad Campaign: You Cannot Walk Away From "Reverse Graffiti" Advertising
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Saturday, June 5, 2010

You Cannot Walk Away From "Reverse Graffiti" Advertising

If you think you can avoid advertising by, say, staring down at your feet as you walk through the urban landscape, you're out of luck. Sure, you won't see the billboards overhead, the skinny trucks that are really rolling billboards, or the dudes handing out flyers for various establishments of dubious pedigree. What you will see, however, are "reverse graffiti" ads, pressure washed onto sidewalks where, once upon a time, all you'd see were gum wrappers, dog poop and the occasional Obey Giant stencil. [More Here]

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