Outdoor Advertising

The United States Supreme Court could take a cue from a billboard. I don't mean a particular billboard. One reading, "Political Donations Undermine Democracy" might be nice, of course. But I mean any billboard.  Opinion
Apr 20, 2014   By Josh Stephens
John Metcalfe reports on an advertising campaign appearing at bus stops across the UK featuring a fiberglass potato sculpture and a mysterious odor emitting button.
Feb 10, 2012   The Atlantic Cities
Five years after Gilberto Kassab, the mayor of São Paulo, Brazil passed the "Clean City Law", banning all visual pollution around the city, both citizens and businesses are thankful.
Dec 28, 2011   GOOD Magazine
Ed McMahon of ULI talks about an article he's writing that will make the argument that billboards and other outdoor advertising deserve to be eliminated.
Feb 8, 2011   Planning Commissioners Journal
Al Johnson's Swedish Restaurant in Wisconsin features a traditional sod roof, complete with grazing goats. The Johnson family lawyers have trademarked the animal/roof combination, and sue anyone who does the same.
Sep 24, 2010   The Wall St. Journal
Digital billboards with flashing and changing images are being outlawed in cities across the country.
Mar 25, 2010   USA Today
An artist collective in New York City is on a mission to blot out advertising in public space, covering it over with their art projects.
Jan 8, 2010   The Indypendent
The ban on billboard advertising in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is showing pressure cracks, as continued opposition to the citywide policy has some lawmakers considering a repeal.
Nov 10, 2009   The Independent
A proposal to create a new outdoor advertising district in San Francisco has some locals anticipating a retail revival, while others dread the possible billboard blight.
Oct 16, 2009   San Francisco Chronicle