BUSINESS INSIDER | Michael Brendan Dougherty | March 6, 2012
Garrett Quinn of Reason Magazine reports that Ron Paul's face has been made into an iconic image by artist John Allen and it hangs along Interstate 290 in Worcester Massachusetts.
The Bradley-Osgood building on which this image is draped is "the unofficial headquarters for Paul activists in Massachusetts" according to Quinn.
And the image is "massive"
To put this photo in context, the building is about 100 feet tall, meaning the banner is roughly 18 feet by 25 feet. It was constructed on the building's fourth floor "Liberty Clubhouse."
According to artist Jon Allen it took three days to build and "hanging it up" was the easiest part.
We're sure it is exactly what Mitt Romney likes to see driving through his home state.