It's elections time in Brazilian cities. In ad-banned São Paulo the only option politicians have left is spreading street easels to introduce their faces and memorable nicknames (Shirtless and Little One are among our options). The problem is many of them are placed in irregular places, taking over whole sidewalks or pedestrian passages. The Easel Parade is a response to that. Join it on the 29th of September: find an irregular piece, cover it with good art and take it to Avenida Paulista.
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