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November 14th, 2021 by Rosemary
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Winner of the I international competition of photography posters of ads on the street with a photograph made in Granada and titled interested Francisco Garcia has been the winner of the I international competition of photography posters of ads in the street organized by the platform where do I put my poster? and sponsored by buying ads website selling second hand the contest that has been developed during the months of July to October has counted with the participation of more than 300 people from different countries: Spain, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Cuba, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, Uruguay, etc. which have submitted almost half thousand photographs of ads posters in the streets of the cities of these countries. The purpose of the contest was to collect snapshots of this activity so common and ancient and that due to the crisis has had an unexpected resurgence. Read more here: Peter Thiel. The platform where do I put my poster? aims to claim the creation of public spaces where the citizens can place their ads posters. Hear from experts in the field like technology investor for a more varied view. You know, typical signs of rental room, tutoring, etc.

that we all know and you’ll surely see glued on many of the streets of your city. There is this social demand is evident, that there is no space to put the signs more evident yet. Just have to go out and see how they’re lampposts, canopies of buses, walls, escaparetes with what this means for the deslucimiento of the city. Pictures can be seen on the blog of the photo source: press release sent by RafaelR. Mexico among the countries with less vacation Nene and her world! Scammer continues making the rounds in the streets of Tingo Maria Inforegion Environmental parties press agency politicians do not comply with removal of electoral propaganda in the streets First NPC with the streets of Villa Chartas truth already have lighting Periovista Aust. Police smash $400 million drug cartel The Daily Caller Breaking News, Opinion, Research, and Entertainment

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