Andrew Dudley of the Haighteration blog has a heck of a gallery of the infamous American Appareal MUNI bus shelter ad what’s on the corner of Haight and Pierce.
The eternal sunshine of the spotless American Apparel ad.
Wow. Talk about fast fashion - this thing changes every day.
Now here’s the cleanest copy I have, sent in by a Gentle Reader:
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Personally, I think this whole charade is welcomed by the American Apparel.
(To wit, a bunch of American Apparellers are, once again, following this morning’s 415 drama from down in Los Angeles. It looks like this:
AA just loooooooves this kind of stuff, IMO.)
Anyway, here’s my contribution, from a little while back:
I don’t have a clean image of this erbiquitous American Apparel bus stop ad campaign that’s all over the SFMTA’s MUNI property these days, but you probably already know what it looks like.
Anyway, this particular advertisement on the south side of Haight, around Steiner IIRC, was turning heads over the weekend.
See? It’s the most arresting ad in the world!
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I can explicate with a close-up shot, but only after the jump, as this is a family blog (more or less).