A couple of weeks ago, we published a fairly controversial editorial ("Corporate Graffiti Sucks Balls"), calling out the Sony Corporation for dirtying up our city with their PlayStationPortable graffiti advertising campaign. A few days later, Secondary Screening picked up the story-- and their story got Digg'd a few thousand times. Wired noticed, and wrote an article about the controversy yesterday. And of course, our friends over at Wooster Collective have been covering the story the whole time-- and have begun collecting hilarious pictures of people vandalizing the fake Sony pieces. Even the AM Papers have done an article (with a small quote from us.)

We'd like to send the Sony Corporation a strong message that they should reconsider their graffiti campaign. We've started a petition! Please think about signing it. Thanks!