Cheerful Notes Break Through The Monotony Of Everyday Advertising [Pics]

Cheerful Notes Break Through The Monotony Of Everyday Advertising [Pics]
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Positive messages take over billboards and street signs across Chicago.

Ross Brooks
  • 12 november 2013

London-based artist Michael Picerno has succeeded in cutting through the noise of non-stop advertisements to spread a positive message with his latest project called “Notes for Anyone.” The notes first appeared on street lamps, parking signs, and telephone poles around Chicago in 2011, and have since been picked up by the Billboard Art Project, a non-profit organization that transforms road-side billboard ad spaces into artworks.

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