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Each frame from a comic strip is
published on a seperate billboard.
Kids with camera equiped phones can
send each other the pictures they find
to assemble the story on a website.
Perhaps there should be an extra
incentive to collect, like a price when
you hunt down the most images.
the punchline rare to find for a
while, only posted to one billboard at
the end of a subway line.
Before camera equipped phones, there was "Burma Shave":
[Amos Kito, Oct 21 2004]
similer idea, same basis [FeelinPhine, Oct 21 2004]
||where's b_p when you need him?
||I think I like this idea.. but what would be the point of it? Would it be a clever marketing device? Or a cult thing?
||The point of this kind of marketing
would be that it would 'engage' the
target group with the message. It
is increasingly difficult to attract
their attention. If it turns out to
become a cult thing to collect all
the cartoons it would be a dear
thing for the advertiser.
||Didn't we just do comic strips on billboards?
||i like it... but the idea and concept are baked. i tried somthing like this (Highway joke/riddle signs), the link to it has been provided, attention should be given to the links.