2. Hidden Dragon
3. Caged Bird Singing
5. The Nighthawk
6. Parking Garages
1. The Monkey: Cardboard
reinforced with thin wood slats harnessed to a lightpole with coathangar and
bungee cord. Strap sign to lightpole and push up with telescoping pole.
Visible day and night. Streetlights that rise up from bushes or from behind
sound barrier walls (shown) allow you to work in secrecy.
2. Hidden Dragon:
Using the backs of guardrails or other freewayside
infrastructure so as to be only visible to drivers.
3. Caged Bird Singing:
My most devious yet. Sign is attached to pole
and passed through bars of sealed overpass, hooked to fencing with wire and
carabiner harness. Signs should be two-sided with wooden reinforcing along
the top. These signs can stay up forever, so make them good.
4. Signbacks: Signs
placed on the backs of freewaysigns on divided highways can stay up for days
if the next exit is ten or twenty miles down the road.
5. The Nighthawk: Uses
heavy duty springclamps; installs in seconds.
Garages: The Ultimate in Convenience:
Simply Park, Post, and Go!