Ad creep documented at Adscape

AdScape is a web-based project investigating ad creep in public spaces and how ads reflect the socioeconomic environments in which they are displayed, created by Parsons student Alexis Lloyd.

Alexis has walked around East Harlem, SoHo and the upper east side documenting the advertising smog . One could plot some pretty graphs with all this data, and here you can see just how many ads everyone can see each day, even if they never turn on their television, or read newspapers and magazines.

All these ads are traditional media. Shop window signs, flyers and guerrilla marketing stunts not counted in this project.

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