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KEEP CALM and PARTY ON is all I've got

I volunteered to make posters advertising a high school graduation party, planned for May 2016, and I'm already out of ideas. While it will be a "safe & sober party" I don't want to harp on that particular slogan when advertising to the students. [more inside]
posted by kbar1 on Oct 10, 2015 - 10 answers

Post no bills?

Is it legal to advertise by taping posters to telephone poles, bus shelters, boarded up storefronts, etc? Do outfits like Poster Giant have some kind of special exception? [more inside]
posted by bubukaba on May 14, 2012 - 7 answers

How did they do it without InDesign?

How did basic design work (say, for advertising posters) happen in the analog days? Can I still do it that way today? [more inside]
posted by bubukaba on Jun 8, 2011 - 19 answers

Who decides what's on a movie poster?

Who has the final say when it comes to the content of movie posters and DVD covers? Is the director or writer allowed to protest the advertising for a movie? [more inside]
posted by PM on Jun 13, 2009 - 12 answers

Is the "Garden Gnome" a guerrilla marketing campaign?

Faux homemade posters asking "Where is my Garden Gnome" (with the URL of this site) have been popping all over my neighborhood in nyc. On the poster (visible here, pdf) is a toll free number with a funny "homespun" message. This definitely has the feel of some guerrilla marketing campaign. (Who would pay for all those toll free calls...) Or is it some new hoax art project? An (inefficient) email harvester (see the disclaimer on the contact page...)? What? Anyone have any idea? (btw: there was an Oct 28th MeFi FPP about gnomes, but the FPP link is dead... was this related?)
posted by limitedpie on Dec 24, 2003 - 10 answers

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