Installed in New York City on the corner of 14th Street and 9th Avenue.
The image shows a woman in an urban scene. She is holding a fur between her legs and is getting sprayed by rain. As the face is obscured by position, hair and hat, any female observer can imagine herself in the picture.
If the Freudian unconscious does not exist, advertisers waste millions communicating with it.
Anthony Olszewski has written on a wide variety of topics: cage birds, tropical fish, popular culture, the poetry of Amiri Baraka and a chapter on genetics for a veterinary text book, as a small sample. He worked as an editor at a magazine produced by TFH, the world's largest publisher of pet books. Anthony Olszewski is the author of a booklet on Hudson County history, Hudson County Facts, and a book of short stories, Second Thief, Best Thief, that are sold on Amazon.
Anthony Olszewski established PETCRAFT.com in 1996. A pioneer on the Web, the Site continues to provide unique information on a range of companion animals, focusing on birds and fish.
As a community service, he operates Jersey City Free Books.
Anthony Olszewski was born in Jersey City, NJ (Margaret Hague Maternity Hospital, 1956) and is a member of Mensa.
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2 thoughts on “Armani billboard – 2011 Number 9”
What is the size of this billboard? I think the message is only clear for the brand users or who already aware of this brand.
Nothing is too big for the subliminal.