Washington, D.C.’s Metro system rejected ads that opposed the “far right” and anticipated the 2020 election for lacking “neutrality,” the dating company OkCupid told The Hill.
OkCupid is rolling out a politically themed ad campaign in the nation’s capital this month. It began July 16 with a series of Metro and bike share ads and will continue with additional ads and bar coasters in a number of venues around D.C. later this summer.
The ad campaign, “DTF,” is designed by artists Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari. Cattelan’s golden toilet sculpture — titled “America” — is the one that the Guggenheim Museum in January offered for a “long-term loan” to President Trump instead of the White House’s Van Gogh loan request.
But the District won’t be able to see all of the ads…