To see the slogans and signs paraded around at the protest click here.
- Supergraphics’ are a blight to the entire community at large
- They disgrace and deface building designs
- They are disruptive, obnoxious intrusions to all affected individuals that have to see these 24/7
- Some of them can even pose serious fire and safety risks (as seen on this video). Our building was deemed unsafe by the fire department… and what was done to protect the tenants and all the occupants? NOTHING.
- Supergraphics’ send the wrong message to anyone visiting Los Angeles
- Supergraphics' don’t necessarily stimulate the economy; only a few folks benefit from this channel of advertising at a severe cost to our city.
- We need to revert back to traditional forms of advertising and also consider new, creative ways to pitch products without so much disruption and upset to our city
- Supergraphics' are meant to distract, and drivers already have more than enough distractions to deal with. Can't we surmise that additional distractions pose added dangers to drivers on our thoroughfares? The massive 10801 supergraphics' was positioned right up against the freeway. Now how safe can that be?
- Are your intentions to support the citizens of Los Angeles, or the donors that fill your campaign coffers?
- In summary: Advertising dollars that pad your election campaigns and in-your-face -- all-over-the-place advertising that force feed product pitches down the throats of the citizens you represent should not dictate a design for Los Angeles or for that matter, any city.
And emails are coming in. Feel free to chime in and give us your best shot!
Hi David, I watched it on the internet. You were great!!! I so agree with you, and I support your standing up for the injustice bestowed upon you and others. Keep me posted! This guy seems like one greedy bas*****, and I loved that you went to his house to protest. The signs are obnoxious and putting them over windows is outrageous. I'll see you soon! From an anonymous patient.