Located on the corner of Highland and Baum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is The Last Billboard, a project dedicated to "advertising" thoughts and ideas as opposed to products.
Designed by Pablo Garcia and Jon Rubin (who also doubles as the curator of the project), The Last Billboard invites one person a month to use the 36 foot long billboard. The only restrictions placed on the message are the physical limitations of the billboard, mainly that it only allows for five lines, and each line can only accommodate 28 character spaces. Some of the submissions range from funny to silly to touching and downright peculiar.
If you're interested in being a part of The Last Billboard project, you can submit your own billboard idea to Jon Rubin at the email address posted on his website.
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