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I'm doing quite a bit of public outreach here in California: Thanks to traffic volume and an overtaxed transportation department, I'm averaging about 100,000 views per sign, with a few seen several million times.
Toggle Commented Aug 13, 2013 on Perception of the Arctic 2 at Arctic Sea Ice
The winner of the climate change slogan contest was "Worst. Ancestors. Ever." It looks pretty good: These will be appearing on California freeways along with "Save the Humans" and "Location. Location. Location" (with pictures of the planet.) Many Thanks to Neven and commenters here for your suggestions...
Danny Lane Anderson's comment was actually quite inspiring - Nevertheless the Last Days are Here... That is, the last days of my freeway slogan contest! Deadline's March 15th. Best entry so far: "Worst. Ancestors. Ever."
Toggle Commented Mar 13, 2013 on PIOMAS March 2013 at Arctic Sea Ice
In response to Just Testing's query about kids and Santa: "If you think telling kids there's no Santa is hard... Try telling them there's no North Pole." A lot of painting, but it stayed up for several hours...
Toggle Commented Jan 1, 2013 on Looking for winter weirdness 4 at Arctic Sea Ice
Here's a sign I put up in Berkeley: Took awhile to paint, but stayed up for at least three days passed by over 120,000 cars per day. Cost me about 25 cents to make.
Toggle Commented Oct 25, 2012 on Looking for winter weirdness at Arctic Sea Ice
I'm a "street artist" (freeways, actually) that reaches about 250,000 people daily - probably more: Am very interested in slogans/texts regarding the Arctic sea ice as prelude to catastrophe. The best I've gotten so far came from a commenter here (paraphrased) "We should reflect on the arctic ice because pretty soon the sun won't be." Great stuff. Need more. You wouldn't believe what I can do with cardboard, paint and an overhead projector.
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2012 on More vids at Arctic Sea Ice