Scary mysterious sign posted in Burbank, California


#1

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#2

Scary? Well maybe if the creator actually believes their own rantings.


#3

My God why isn’t the FBI all over this?


#4

ARG possibly? The writing/drawing is very interesting, and it seems to mention a number of elements that seem like they may be related to a previous story/game/characters.


#5

Wonder if it’s a guerrilla marketing campaign. Perhaps for some sort of indie horror flick, or even an upcoming comic.


#6

QUICK! Get Mulder on this right away!


#7

Burbank, you say? Paging @Donald_Petersen


#8

Reminds me of this guy who used to have these hand drawn posters all over his beat up truck. I saw it at the grocery store some times, and then I think I stumbled onto his house looking for garage sales in the area.


#9

So let me get this straight: Toynbee resurrect the dead Kubrick’s 2001 Jupiter. I mean, stranger things have happened.


#10

Outsider Art in the wild. Deform Man say not to forget the name Bric!


Clues about the weird Burbank wheat paste posters
#11

Bush hates BORF


#12

I saw another one of these on a vending machine at a Burbank supermarket. The color illustration was of a number of obscured-face people, kind of like a movie poster, and the text said "DISNEY: making lots of experiments beneth [sic] St. Josep’s [sic] Hospital see them for yourself


#13

I’ll see what I can find out! Looks fascinating, though I think “He have a mind madness” is my favorite touch.


#14

This story has been running for a few years now. I used to collect these posters whenever I’d find them around Burbank. Image link to others I’ve found


#15

Mine is “a ruber face is neopoliten color!”


#16

Of course, the mental image that arises is not of the complexion of a typical Naples native, but simply a face with wide pink, white, and brown stripes.


#17

These are incredible! I love the illustrations and art style.


#18

The one with the anus is insane and amazing. Very David Lynch.


#19

That is fantastic. This will be in the next Kramer’s Ergot, right?


#20

“Fat and slow from eating alots of Porto”

Porto’s (a cafe/bakery at Magnolia and Hollywood Way in Burbank) is indeed delicious, as evidenced by the line out the door.

There are more Burbank cops at Western Bagel, though.