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The Hand Made Street Signs of Bob Clarke II ~ Fullerton

11:15 AM PDT on September 1, 2015

Not much is known about artist Bob Clarke II other than his hand-drawn signs have been popping up in Fullerton since at least 2014. The signs reference political events, and are dated by their creator. Could the name be a reference to Mad Magazine's Bob Clarke, who had a few comics under the name "Signs We'd Like to See"? The signs don't exactly betray the hand of an illustrator, so that could just be a coincidence. Perhaps the name is just what it sounds like, that of an older man tired of the status quo who takes his ideas to the utility poles of Fullerton. Reader Mulder sent us some photos, which you can browse below...


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