The man behind the Calvin Klein billboard in Calgary is not the only one to have a controversial view on the city.

Here’s a look at the people behind some of the billboards in the Calgary area.


Billboards are an urban legend Billboards and mockups can be pretty common in cities across Canada.

This particular one in Edmonton has gone viral, getting more than 6,000 likes and 1,000 shares.

The Edmonton billboard was originally installed in 2014, but since then the city has been in the process of cleaning up the mess.

A couple of years ago, the city began to renovate the building and it is now ready for the public to walk through the building.

“It’s like the first day of spring.

People can walk through it,” said Calgary resident Jason Eberle.

“We’re starting to put in some things that have to do with the renovation.

These things are so much fun.'” “

If you walk through a lot of these things, you’ll see a lot and it’s like, ‘Oh my gosh.

These things are so much fun.'”

Eberlle is a regular customer of the Calgary billboard, but he’s been a bit disappointed with how the new design looks.

“I don’t think they’ve taken the time to properly clean it up,” he said.

“They’re doing the whole ‘get cleaned up’ thing, so it’s not really a pleasant experience.”

Eberles wife is a sign painter, so the couple decided to hire her to create the billboard in their spare time.

“My wife did it for free, and I’m sure she’s a great sign painter,” said Eberlis wife, Rachel Eberlin.

“But she does a lot more than that.”

The couple had her paint a few signs on their driveway and have been selling their work online.

“You’re going to see a number of signs,” said Rachel.

“People want to take the sign and make their own.

You’re seeing people making their own signs, they’re putting them up and they’re calling them up.

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That’s where the advertising has been, and it doesn’t really matter what they say on it, it’s just a sign that’s there.”


The Calgary billboard isn’t actually about Calvin Klein anymore Billboards have been around for a long time, and the Calgary sign was one of the first that caught the eye of the Canadian Advertising Association in the late 1980s.

That is, until it went viral last year.

The sign in question was created by an artist named Joe O’Neill, who said it was the work of a “pig” and that it was for a book.

The story went viral in 2016, and in 2017, a group of Canadian artists created a sign for the Calvin Klein book “Boots On the Ground,” which was published in the United States in 2018.

The billboard has since been removed and is now up for sale on the Canadian Internet Archive.

But O’Neills work was a success, and his work was on display for years at several festivals and exhibitions in Canada.

“He’s got a reputation in Canada,” said Danielle Sutter, a sign artist at Calgary Art Museum.

“This billboard is very iconic.

It’s the best billboard I’ve ever seen.”


The Calvin Klein billboard is the first one in Canada to be taken down A billboard in Edmonton that’s been on the market since last fall was taken down.

“The Calgary billboard is not in the public domain,” said Scott Campbell, the president of the Alberta Advertising Standards Authority.

“In Canada, there is a law that prohibits any advertising of goods and services that are commercial in nature, and advertising of advertising of services, that are not commercial in the sense that it does not advertise a service or service that is being offered for sale, that is not being used, that does not constitute a commercial activity.”

“The law has not been implemented in this particular instance,” said Campbell.

The Alberta advertising code requires that any sign not in public domain must be removed from the property.

In Alberta, that means the city’s billboards have to be returned to their original location, and if they’re not then they must be replaced.

However, the City of Calgary is now considering the law to be unconstitutional.

The city has not yet made a decision on whether to make the billboard back up or if it should be put back up, but it is one of many signs that are up for grabs.

The signs are still available online for sale.

“There is no law in Alberta that prohibits advertising of a service, but we’re seeing a lot less of those than we used to,” said Sutter.

“As we have more advertising on the Internet, I think it’s becoming more and more of a concern.

There are a lot fewer places to advertise and you’ve got a lot, you know