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These will be cut in linoleum block and printed.
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Nov 6, 2009
AT&T says in its complaint: "In October, 2009, Verizon embarked on an advertising campaign designed to mislead consumers about the scope of AT&T's wireless coverage."
To support that conclusion, AT&T commissioned a study of people in a shopping mall who had seen the ad. AT&T says "almost one in four" thought the ads meant that AT&T provided no wireless coverage in many areas of the country. The lawsuit does not state how many people were interviewed, nor does it explain how the questions were posed.
I got this info from this article HERE and agree with its author. The ad says 3g coverage, not all at&t coverage. Just because some viewers don't pay enough attention it should not be verizons fault.
Oct 18, 2009
I went and visited the CHINA NOW exhibit at the Portland Art Museum. Lots of great work, but some of the pieces that caught my eye were from a group of artists that are part of a group called Shirtflag (website). They are a fashion brand that makes mostly t-shirts, jeans and various accessories. Their graphics are reworked Chinese clip art that have a modern spin. Probably the reason I was drawn to Shirtflag was because of my interest in Chinese Propaganda and Clip art and how similar my work from Project Propaganda was to theres.