When they're not screaming at you to pull of for discount cigarettes, fireworks and porn (at least when you're near the Indiana border), highway billboards are apparently busy looking like menacing space station hallways from below. High-watt chemical lights under night skies make for some fantastic captures, as Slovakian photographer Branislav Kropilak has discovered. Bravo. Hit his site for more. [Branislav Kropilak via Designboom]
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