Creative Review ran a story on this a few months ago and Newstoday reminded me of it yesterday. São Paulo is now advertising free, not billboard free, as these robust steel frames show. They almost act as a silent memorial and ironically advertise the fact there is no longer any advertising.
How long till London takes the bold step…
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