Graffiti Artist Saber Takes the Debate with Mitt Romney to the Skies Above NY TODAY

By - Sunday, September 23rd, 2012

Saber’s plan you ask? Saber is having jets skywrite messages above a couple of major American cities leading up to the Presidential election, starting today with New York City! Sounds a bit ambitious? He made it happen last year over Los Angeles and hopes to do it again this year but mostly in response to Mitt Romney’s lack of support for the Arts as well as eliminate funding for The National Endowment for the Arts, PBS, and NPR if elected. According to Saber This extreme conservative has no appreciation for the Arts or American culture, despite the fact that creative people are the backbone of this country. It’s time to fight back and prevent these publicly funded and uniquely American organizations from being eliminated. To do this, I’m going to use the same tactic that I used last year that successfully generated much press and attention in both the real and internet worlds: BY TAKING OVER THE SKIES. Those in New York City today should keep their eyes on the skies and look out for Saber’s messages. Video: Frank151

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