screenprint on paper
18 x 24
with the Anti-Advertising Agency
The first run of the print was an edition of 600. The prints were distributed to the public through the mail, visits to schools, casual gatherings, and various other encounters. Participants were asked to imagine they had their own billboard that thousands of people would see everyday. They were then invited to write whatever they wanted on the billboard. The resulting prints were posted on the Anti-Advertising Agency website and subsequently wheat-pasted around the streets of San Francisco.
The resulting work was a collaboration between the Anti-Advertising Agency and the participants who drew their ideas on the print.