Carysfort Avenue, Blackrock, Co.Dublin, yesterday.
Irish Plogging Divas tweets:
Eden Quay, Dublin, yesterday.
A diverting inisight into the way colour in movie posters is used to communicate with the desired audiences.
James Verdesoto of Indika Entertainment Advertising explains how white backgrounds are used for comedy, blue for action thrillers, shadows indicate secondary characters, yellow is the colour of independent film and so on.
The Minister for Health, Simon Harris, has criticised those who “put pictures of miscarried babies, with my image” up in his Wicklow constituency “with a view to intimidate and upset” his family, friends and constituents. pic.twitter.com/Jj5xxj8Ul2
— RTÉ Politics (@rtepolitics) May 9, 2018
At a meeting of the Oireachtas health committee.
Minister for Health Simon Harris mentions those posters outside his constituency office..
After which, Senator Ronán Mullen asked the minister:
“What I’m asking you is, is there a disconnect between disapproving of the posters and being in favour of the killing of children in that way?”
Mr Harris responded that he “disassociated”himself from the language of Senator Mullen and that he will campaign for a Yes vote.
Earlier: Still Here
Via RTE Politics
In Limerick city…
Kevin Kiely Jnr writes:
I encountered an individual tearing down ‘Vote Yes’ posters…
According to ROSA, the posters cost €6 each.
As if It hadn’t sufficiently whetted appetites for season 2 (which starts on October 27th), Netflix promos its landmark series with a range of appropriately low res tributes to posters from 80s horror movies Firestarter, Alien (a few months short of the 80s in fairness), Stand By Me, A Nightmare On Elm Street and Evil Dead.
— repealproject (@repealproject) September 18, 2016
Dirty hurling ahead of the March for Choice next Saturday.
If you see it, report it and post it.
Pic: Jim O’Callaghan