Once upon a time, those poster stands were probably practical, but today they feel like a raw slap

Scalmly you come walking down Vesterbrogade in Copenhagen, and suddenly there is a big sign with the text: ‘Do you know if your child chats with extremists?’.

The sign consists of one of the capital’s large poster stands, which the City of Copenhagen in collaboration with AFA JCDecaux has erected on the busiest streets. They are flat and tall, made of dark blue metal, and they like to stand across the pedestrian or bicycle direction, so you see the message directly when you come walking or cycling.

As a rule, there is a poster on each side of the stand, and the poster is securely hidden behind glass, so that you can not pull down the notices that you find annoying.

Source: Politiken.dk – Forsiden by politiken.dk.

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