The Freshness of Contact Information II

phone box

The replacement cycle of sex-trade advertising in a public phone box in London. Compare to the Yellow Arrow sticker (previous entry) to what extent can we be sure that the contact information and the service it represents is still current? The design and contextual understanding that helps evaluate the ‘freshness’ of the advertising/links, in particular the frequency by which phone boxes are cleaned of fly-posted advertisements. The speed at which legal/authorised and illegal/unauthorised advertising is removed, and by whom? The opportunities that the differential in time creates, and for whom?


And after almost six weeks straight on the road safely back in Tokyo. Two weeks to get the body-clock into some sort of rhythm before it it all kicks off again.