Norm Magnusson's fake historic landmark signs dot the I-75's rest stops delivering social commentary and ironic wisdom. Interstate Highway 75 extends from the Canadian border in Sault Ste. Marie Michigan through more than a thousand US conservative heartland miles.
While Magnusson hasn't yet populated all fifty I-75 rest stops with his fake historic landmark signs, he fully intends to do so.
Implications - Many people have been asking questions, wondering if the marks on the signs are "real" and "state-sponsored." The signs are both smart and sometimes even sad, giving people who read them something to think about. The signs give insight on current issues such as women's rights, global warming and health care plans for citizens of the United States.
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Scandalous Stencil Art
Politically Powerful Street Art
Retrospective Political Promos
Cursing Public Commissions
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