DARE's Manifesto Returns to Haunt You -- in the Form of Wheatpasted Coffin Nails
Colorado's Department of Public Health and Environment uses the image of a coffin nail to declare, "The Cigarette is Dead!"
"Today, cigarette smoking has not only become passe due to all we've learned about its health effects, but, plainly speaking, it's become a difficult behavior to keep," gushes a press release with the undaunted conviction of a fourth-grade graduate of DARE.
"The days when smoking was socially acceptable are over!" (Zeal added by us.)
Use this site to download associated posters and swath your town in them. First-time propagandist? No problem. See Denver for an example of how to use all that wide-open public space. And here's a really hip fast-moving video with ass-rock background music.
Visit TheCigaretteisDead.com to share stories about friends who died, acquaintances with cancer and/or why you decided never to smoke. Go ye and hammer in that metaphorical coffin nail. Show us there's no room for vice -- not in your neighbourhood, not in this world. Go and godspeed.
Concept and copy by Cactus; FL-2 designed and programmed the site.