Common Sense on a Billboard

by Dahlia Rideout


A series of billboards have been appearing across America with a dose of common sense about the recession. Paid for by an anonymous benefactor, the billboards capture American common sense and urge us not to panic.

The campaign entitled “Recession 101” was designed by Florida-based designer Charlie Robb in order to remind Americans of the things that make this country great. Using ad space donated by the Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA) the campaign includes billboards, bus shelters and even prominent placement in New York’s Time Square.








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