1. California Department of Corrections.
A Pacific Rim billboard in California gets hacked (heh) by the NSA, CIA, FBI, and ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement).
Hacking actually by an “organization” calling itself the California Department of Corrections.
This is a Photoshop job.
UPDATE: The “Department” says in an email: “Thank you for your continued interest in the programs and operations of the California Department of Corrections. The department’s National Security State/Pacific Rim billboard was rehabilitated and released at the intersection of Bayshore Boulevard and Sunnydale Avenue in San Francisco. The correction was actual, not Photoshop.”
From last month. Jilly Ballistic doesn’t like all the ballistic evidence in this Red 2 poster.
“UNDO FIREARMS? You’ve placed a large amount of handguns in this advertisement. That may be a sign of compensation. Would you like to improve the quality of the film’s script? Please review. Thank you, Jilly Ballistic.”
At the Nassau Ave. station, Queens bound G side.
In 2005, The BLF beautifully alterede one of the ads from one of the dumbest campaigns in liquor history, by Courvoisier. I used to silently yell at their posters and vagina bottles on the subway.
Their obnoxious tagline was: EARN IT.
Poster Boy decimates a MasterCard “More Of New York” subway poster.
If you’re in New York City this month, Poster Boy says he has “something special” up at the “10 Years of Wooster Collective Show: 2003-2013” — August 7-24, 2013.
525 West 22nd Street.
- Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are the winners of the Democratic and Republican New Hampshire primaries 🇺🇸
- The Supreme Court put on hold President Obama's climate change plan, which aims to curb carbon dioxide emissions from power plants.
- And Twitter is now offering an algorithmic version of its timeline that will prioritize some tweets over others.