Friday, September 19, 2008
The fence above between I-5 and Kobe Terrace Park is the best place to hang a sign in Seattle. It's quiet, secluded, highly visible and utterly unreachable to traffic.
A lot of traffic.
This is another great spot. Park at Lake Washington Bvld. South and South Irving.
Fencing around cel tower at Park and Ride lot, 5th Ave. NE just north of the Roosevelt Way exit off I-5
Fencing bordering Bellevue Place. Park at lot at the intersection of Lakeview Bvld E. and Belmont Ave. E.
Wall bordering I-90. Park at 21st Ave. South and South Judkins, walk across park to wall.
How to attach vinyl banner to wall: with rocks. (Available on site.) This also works with large cardboard boxes if you keep the flaps attached. ONLY use walls set way back from the freeway: NEVER over traffic (obviously.)
Parking lot at the end of 106th St. by Northgate. The easiest, most elegant way of signposting is between fences and bushes.
Pedestrian walkway by Rainier Ave. exit, I-90
How to make signs.