wallposter

wallposter

(ˈwɔːlˌpəʊstə)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in China) a bulletin or political message painted in large characters on walls
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Danforth, 41, a former stringer for the Denver Post and Time magazine, said his paper, the Aspen Daily News, started as a "wallposter, really."
Daniel Joseph Watkins worked with longtime Benton patron George Stranahan to produce a beautiful hardcover book with 150 images rummaged from "old-time Aspen's barns, basements, and attics," says Watkins, and reprints of rare Aspen Wallposters, collaborations between Benton and Thompson in the run-up to the latter's failed quest for Pitkin County Sheriff in 1970.