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John Langley’s mobile NO sign

The plywood sign painted with a gigantic red “NO” on white gets an A in graphic design, political science and public relations. John Langley, a Tampa architect and founder of Gala Corina, made the sign, which appeared at art venues over the summer and most eloquently in front of the old federal courthouse on Florida Avenue as a response to Mayor Iorio’s proposal to move the Tampa Museum of Art to the abandoned building. The public weighed in with its opinions of the move by penning messages on the sign, while Langley’s message was abundantly clear. - Mary Mulhern

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