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|MODA wants to create Atlanta's 'largest AIDS poster' over Pride weekend|
|Written by Dyana Bagby|
|Friday, 07 October 2011 16:10|
The Museum of Design Atlanta is setting up a mobile photo booth in the parking lot of Blake's on the Park on Sunday to take photos of people holding a 5-foot high AIDS ribbon for "Atlanta's biggest AIDS poster" to be unveiled on World AIDS Day.
"Anyone who gets their picture taken with the 5-foot ribbon and then visits MODA will get their own poster emailed to them," MODA says in a press release.
The parking lot for Blake's on the Park is located at the corner of 10th and Piedmont.
Top photo: MODA's 'Graphic Intervention’ exhibit features 153 HIV posters from around the world, like this 2004 poster from Canada. (Courtesy photo)
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