Monday, July 09, 2007
These are the signs I put up today.
Photos from San Francisco unless otherwise indicated.
Each of these signs was placed so as to be visible to high-volume freeway traffic on the 80, 280, 17, 880, 1 and 101. In all probability they've been seen by upwards of half a million people by now.
In order to place signs effectively all you need to do is drive around and see what you can see. Those are the places you can put a sign and it'll be read. The more difficult they are to reach, the longer they'll stay up. The longer they stay up, the more people will read them.
A single sign placed next to a major freeway can be read by over 200,000 people per day. There is no better way for a single individual to reach a mass-audience than this.
But first you have to
paint the signs.
"They sentenced me to twenty years of boredom...
Trying to change the system from within.
I'm coming now, I'm coming to reward them.
First, we take Manhattan... then we take Berlin."
Best Freewayblogging Song Ever.
USA - 1072
FB - 1028