Bus shelter poster: "Stopping Power"
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The client is an advertising firm that has recently acquired the rights to put posters in urban bus shelters (small, three-sided, glass structures where riders wait for a bus). They need some really eye-catching images to alert potential advertisers to the potential impact of the advertising space; hence the "Stopping Power" title. Submit a vertical image that will cause passersby to stop in their tracks.
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Wednesday, 6th June, 2012 (GMT)
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