Billboard art

5 July 2011

 

Robert Montgomery, folks. See also:


 

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3 Responses to “Billboard art”

  1. Z Says:

    You mean these are actually up in real places?

  2. Didion Says:

    Montgomery does put them up in real places, but they tend to be the true billboards like the one below. The neon ones are museum-quality installations that, well, tend to go in (or on the roofs of) museums.

    Our friend JustMeMike has also emailed me a link to a site with guerrilla billboards: http://wallstreetjackass.typepad.com/raptureready/2007/06/great_billboard.html.

    Which reminds me of actions by the Guerrilla Girls, who have a terrific slideshow of their work here:
    http://guerrillagirls.zenfolio.com/p1042150997/slideshow#h971a5

  3. Z Says:

    So, someone could beautify America by putting Montgomery art on all the empty billboard signs!


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