Sunday, September 14, 2008

These are the signs I put up today.


I put these up on the 880, 280, 580, 80 and 101 in Hayward, Berkeley, Oakland, Richmond, San Francisco, San Rafael and Novato in pretty much the order they appear here. It was a beautiful day for driving around listening to music, hanging up signs and taking pictures.

Scroll down and imagine what it would be like if there were more of us.



































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11 comments:

lokywoky said...

Thank you for doing this. You are amazing. I wish I could help (disabled).

Have you ever contacted the FCNL?
(Friends Committee on National Legislation) They are a wonderful group and they have a sign that says "war is not the answer" they give out and you have your picture taken with it and they put a thing on the map and post the pictures on their website.

Anyway, thanks for all you do.

Fascist Nation said...

How did you hang a couple of those signs up against the overpass? They look like they are just stuck to the concrete containment wall.

These images show an important rule: If you don't film it, it never happened. Besides your images are an inspiration to others... you are the virus.

Paul said...

Excellent work, even if it amounts (in some cases) to simply a subliminal seed that somehow finds fertile ground.

That sign with Albany Hill in the background is about 1 mile from my home.

Keep up the good work.

radiocitizen said...

Never stop!

jon shannow said...

I must be an idiot... can someone explain the point?

Freewayblogger said...

hi jon, it's like advertising, except for an idea instead of a commodity.

Holly said...

Seems like a nice thing to see as your driving along. You'd never see that over here (east).

Anonymous said...

Living in northern Canada, I don't have the opportunity to freeway blog in the US. But I sure would love it if someone could post a few signs asking "CAN YOU TRUST A LIAR?"

born2playmusic said...

Thank you for putting those signs up. Though their message is simple, they remind me what I should be working for. Perhaps I will put up some signs of my own. Not that it matters either way, but is it legal to put up signs on overpasses? Do you do it at anytime of the day? Do you bring help?

Taylor
from Sacramento and Citrus Heights

Anonymous said...

whats so funny about peace love and understanding?You rock dude.

t said...

Hey Scarlet, you the man. I wish I could do more but I don't have a car now and it's all I can do to pay my bills and make enough money for that to do freewayblogging. Thanks though and know what you have done is not for nought.