Billboard fun

Written By: - Date published: 12:17 pm, May 4th, 2011 - 6 comments
Categories: labour - Tags: , , ,

I’m sure you’ve all seen that Labour’s trying to get a billboard campaign to go viral, but just in case you haven’t, we wouldn’t want you to miss out.

The idea is to design a billboard for their Stop Asset Sales campaign, with the winner being made into a real billboard.  Something like below:

In reality it’ll mainly get used by both left and right to have a bit of fun (even though it seems fairly tightly moderated), so you may as well join them:

6 comments on “Billboard fun”

  1. Gramaman 1

    My contractions are so powerful its not necessary to use apostrophes.

  2. Trevor Mallard 2

    Hey thanks for putting this up – notice that Farrar is too chicken to comment on this – going well 100k page views in 24 hours. Have fun and show mates.

    • lprent 2.1

      No problem. I was going to do it earlier but saw someone else was putting up a post.

    • Draco T Bastard 2.2

      Well, after you thanked Whale for doing so he’s probably feeling a little hesitant. 😈

  3. Sookie 3

    Heh heh, I just scrolled through the gallery, clever idea Labour 🙂 Who cares if it gets jacked by Righties? They’re not known for their wit anyway.

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