Art Called 'Illegal' in West TexasEnlightened Rogue
Jul. 14, 2013
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Even in the barren expanse of West Texas, free, creative minds are not free of the state’s rules bullies:
A Texas agency says Playboy has 45 days to remove a neon-lit 40-foot high sculpture of the magazine's iconic bunny logo from a West Texas road.
The Texas Department of Transportation ordered the removal of the sign, called "Playboy Marfa," because Playboy does not have a license for outdoor advertisement in Texas.