San Francisco Department of Public Works: Graffiti Watch

On behalf of an interdepartmental municipal effort called Graffiti Watch, BBDO West has produced pro bono OOH that tackles the sprawl of urban scrawl in the city that so many people can claim "I left my art" in. "Vandals travel from al

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On behalf of an interdepartmental municipal effort called Graffiti Watch, BBDO West has produced pro bono OOH that tackles the sprawl of urban scrawl in the city that so many people can claim "I left my art" in. "Vandals travel from all over the Bay Area and even from around the world to leave their mark in the city," according to the Department of Public Works. But we must say, that kid sure has a fly crib. Who did it? The vandals themselves, working on location, with permission, of course, in housing that was about to be renovated. "This is professional-grade tagging done by former taggers who are now allied with the city," says ACD Neil Levy. "Public Works nabs the taggers
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Credits
Date
Jul 28, 2006
Executive Creative Director:
Jim Lesser
Art Director:
Sakol Mongkolkasetarin
Photographer:
Curtis Myers
ACD/Copywriter:
Neil Levy
Client:
San Francisco Department of Public Works
Agency:
BBDO West
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