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Billboards: Christopher Street Paints It BLACK

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Thanks to an eagle-eyed tipster, we were alerted to the appearance of another painted ad at the intersection of Christopher and Bleecker Streets in the West Village, in the same spot as the Loomstate for Target ad back in April.

This time however, it's a pair of big shiny lips celebrating the opening of the Comme des Garçons BLACK store on 17th Street in West Chelsea. It's obvious that the hopes behind this ad are to direct some of the Bleecker shopping traffic thataway, but the scaffolding kind of ruins the effect of the black-and-white ad. So this is the new advertising hotspot, huh? We wonder what'll be next up.
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· Billboards: A Loomstate For Target Ad Develops On Christopher Street [Racked]