|Rainbow location is top secret|
There's a sign which has stencils and a half-assed NPR logo above Moe's on the building that faces Audubon St. Half of the entire "Arts District" has clear visibility of this sign, and it's surprising that only the lowest common denominator of artists have complete control over one of the most visible walls to the art community in the city.
The goal is quite simple: let's ask the building owner if we can "spruce it up for free." In other words, we offer to re-paint it with a new theme, in something both artistic and with a positive message for New Haven (as well as for its history).
Kid Analog came up with a rudimentary preliminary design, looks like what you see below.
If an expert like Pat Shoemaker were to design the final version, it would look even better. Stereomedia can do the footwork to get permission from the building owner to improve the signage.