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Adventures in Advertising: Murdoch Tags San Francisco

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In their latest brilliant move guerilla marketers have once again co-opted graffiti. This time, by spray painting stencils promoting Babylon A.D. on sidewalks throughout the city. It looks like no neighborhood has been spared, as

Curbed operatives have spotted these adverts for the latest Vin Diesel flop, Babylon A.D., sprayed all over town. No neighborhood has been spared— we know graffiti is illegal, but what about this kind of guerilla marketing? (We're going to go ahead and guess not.) Quoth our informer: "Rupert Murdoch and his Twentieth Century Fox folk don't seem to have ANY respect for the sidewalks of San Francisco. What happens in LA should stay in LA." [Curbed Inbox]