Stop monopolizing public space: Stop destroying people's hard work.

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joel schomberg
9 years ago
Poster giant, you are using an outdated method of putting up posters. You show little regard or respect for others artists and advertisers. My friends and I have decided we will not go to an event in which you are used part of the promotion until your methods change. I will also let bands, clubs, galleries, etc.. know how I feel and ask them to quite using your business unless your methods change.

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Joshua kibbey
9 years ago
Because I am against the principal Poster Giant engenders and support independent artists of all and any kinds to promote their work within the law.

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Kymberlee della Luce
9 years ago
I am signing because I what they are doing is extortion. You either pay to have your posters put up by them or they aggressively tear them down.

The Seattle arts community is a supportive bunch and we don't need this negative influence.

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linda mallery
9 years ago
Support small artists.

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Jayson Potter
9 years ago
First off it's despicable that they practice their business like they own public space. It's not enough that posterGIANT already profits from public space hoarding, but that folks have been subjected to posterGIANT's employees removing posters for current events. I don't mind that folks can get a job putting up posters, but have an effing heart and mind for a moment. Get your head out your bootay posterGIANT and treat public space respectfully. You can do that and still make a couple bucks. You could also stand to also contribute to the cleanup of your massive city wide pole postering.

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Robb Orr
9 years ago
Because I have seen Poster Giant abuse public domain in the past, and they continue to show little to no respect to other fliers and public art. People who hire them should know.

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Starms Washington
9 years ago
For years these brown shirts have been postering over music & arts announcements who are not their client's. Usually the most egregious disregard for others events tracks back to these people.

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Joe Martinez
9 years ago
Check out The Stranger piece on Poster Giant -
http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/loose_lips/Content?oid=13524985&cb=9c3ced13b31b7e252fdcd5fef8aadc4c&layoutId=PostComment&view=comments#comment-13538584

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kristen adamson
9 years ago
I am signing because I like Art more than Ads as well, and also am so sad that they destroyed the art in Pioneer Square.

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Ricardo Ibarra
9 years ago
Poster Giant has a monopoly on public posturing in the city. I know quite a few artists and musicians who have tried to promote their work respectfully only to have PG tear their posters down or cover them up before they've expired.