Hacked Stop Signs Given New Meaning [Pics]

Hacked Stop Signs Given New Meaning [Pics]
Design

Design blogger gives Stop signs across California a renewed life as art interventions.

Plus Aziz
  • 7 may 2012

In the latest project by Changing Lines, a combination of typefaces in hijacking stop signs across California. The STOP project conveys ironic, whimsical, and critical messages by surrounding “stop” with other words that re-contextualize its meaning — using popular song lyrics, old adages etc.

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