As part of a nationwide movement to get stickers with the f-word printed on them photographed in public spaces, the f-word campaign hit Venice recently. Past photos of the f-word mash-ups — often featuring the stickers placed over public traffic and parking signs (example, instead of “no parking,” a sign might say “no f-ing”) — have ended up in two books: F… The World and F… This Book. A blog, F… This Website, keeps tabs on more recent snipings.
After the jump, see how Venice — at the intersection of Venice Boulevard and Ocean Front Walk — gets f-d. (Warning: Features profanity not suitable for children and possibly not safe for work depending, of course, on whether or not you drive a truck for a living).
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