Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Occupying the Bay Area

Berkeley
Larkspur
Novato
San Rafael
Pt. Richmond
San Francisco
Oakland
Banners made for Occupy San Francisco measuring 16' x 4'.
They were made by duct-taping two 8' x 4' cardboard panels together and painting them white. Messages were traced using an overhead projector and filled in with black paint and a 1" foam brush. The whole process took about 90 minutes and cost less than a dollar.

San Francisco
Vallejo

4 comments:

Jafafa said...

I'm unemployed (disabled, but ambulatory) and in the bay area... got a primer on doing this? I have time to kill and overpasses nearby.

Freewayblogger said...

Cardboard painted white, lettering traced via overhead projector and filled in with black paint. (Print out messages with computer on transparencies.) Attach to fencing (the Inside of the fencing) with bungee cords and a little duct tape. More info at

http://freewayblogger.com

Anonymous said...

Some of those sings should probably say "YOU are the 99%".

Anonymous said...

Some of those signs (especially over the freeway) should probably say "YOU are the 99%"