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Thursday, June 7, 2012

2012 London Olympics Pioneers Brand Exclusion Zones

The name of this post says it all. Exclusion zones are a natural evolution for brands attempting to overwhelm public consciousness in public space. In NY we have station domination which allows you to brand an entire subway station, whole cars are for sale, and it seems it will only take a large enough event for someone to purchase the whole damn transit system. What does the world look like when a single company can drown out all other voices, including its competition?

Full Article from Kosmograd Newsfeed [HERE]

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