According to Diane Arbus “Photography was a license to go wherever I wanted and do what I wanted to do. The camera is a kind of passport that annihilates moral boundaries and social inhibitions, freeing the photographer from any responsibility toward the people photographed.” Advertising is all around us yet it affects us on a subconscious level. Most people claim that advertising has no affect on them because they “block it out”. “America’s Bulletin Board” exposes outdoor advertising as a distorted cultural language that reduces life’s experiences to slogans and snapshots. Using new technology, catchy slogans, and beautiful models they powerfully, colorfully, and subtly create “America’s Bulletin Board’s” which create a surrealist dream of what life is supposed to look like. Driving from Miami to North Carolina I gathered a small section of the outdoor advertising that all of us are exposed to everyday. Using candid snap shots juxtaposed against the advertising campaigns, I am able to unveil outdoor advertising as a distorted cultural language that reduces life experience to slogans and snap shots.