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Back in December, 2006, the mayor of the 11-million-person Brazilian city of Sao Paulo banned all outdoor billboard advertising, citing advertisers' unwillingness to comply with the city's rules on what sort of billboards can be placed where. Now the rule is in effect, and Flickr user Tony de Marco has documented the eerie sight of a city stripped bare of commercial visuals.


At first I thought, "How refreshing to not be completely assaulted by advertising." but then the more I looked at it the more I felt like, "Well who's deciding what I can and can't see now?".


It sounded cool but...there's no art...or colors...anywhere.

It looks empty, reminds me a bit of those post-apocalyptical movies where nothing survives. I dont know why. But the empty look and lack of people just give off that feeling.

It sounded cool but...there's no art...or colors...anywhere.

I know.

I love the idea that the government has chosen to remove all the color from the skyline, leaving it stripped and barren and empty looking, even begging for something to be there.

It's so 1984.


I bet they could make a couple bucks off all the scrap iron that used to hold up the signs... I wonder if anyone will figure that out.