I was scouting near Times Square on Friday when I noticed this neat new billboard on 7th Ave…
Apparently, it’s promoting Best Buy’s electronics recycle program, and if you look closely…
…you’ll see that the letters are actually made from recycled electronics!
. . .
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Careful what you do next time you’re on Great Jones Street…
Enormous angry Harrison Ford head is watching you.
So I think that bare asses on billboards are becoming a lot more common than they used to be. Shortly after posting about the pretty repulsive hemorrhoid ad on the BQE, I noticed this Manhattan Storage ad on Varick heading south toward the Holland Tunnel:
For some reason, though, I don’t mind this . . .
→ Read More: Another Billboard Ass
I love any opportunity to go somewhere I’ve never been, especially while scouting. Too often, we end up scouting the same neighborhoods and streets on every job, and it can get redundant. I had an appointment in western New Jersey farm country last week to check out some vintage train cars, and it turned out to be a great change of pace from the . . .
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I noticed this odd text advertisement on 1st Ave btw. 10th and 11th the other day – you can see it above the black Lanza’s sign.
What’s great about it, to me, is not the ad itself but the fact that someone would consider this minute 2 or 3 . . .
→ Read More: The Skinniest Ad on 1st Ave
Great Daily Show ad at the corner of 52nd & 11th, right near the show’s studio:
I don’t regularly hang out at 52nd & 11th, so this could be years old for all I know (for non-New Yorkers, Larry Flynt’s can’t-miss-it West Side Highway strip club is right around the corner). Out . . .
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