Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Loose Lips Sink Ships

Facets of kitsch Art lifted here, and presented perhaps, as exotic or new from the stand point of a international audience. A Fete promoting poster stapled on a utility pole, Trinidad West Indies.

Ah, the humble roadposter. One of the major reasons we began our interest in public art all those years ago. Where else can you learn names like Joey Lewis, SWWTU Hall, Rennie B’s Birthnight Bash and other choice signage over the years that whether you went to the ‘bashment’ or the black and white ball, you knew that if you happened to pass by SWWTU you had to look in to see who was wearing what and more from thebookmann original website


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