Target has made some bold business moves over the years, from celebrity endorsements to enlisting the "designer credibility" of Michael Graves and his signature line of kitchen appliances in 1999, even buying EVERY SINGLE AD in an August 2005 issue of the New Yorker (featuring text-free, red, white, and black illustrations by superstars including Gary Baseman, Yuko Shimizu, and Katherine Streeter). Could this poster be another capitalist attack with high-style weaponry? Is Target taking it to Seattle's streets? Or is this a local designer's anti-corporate agitprop campaign? Please go to Slog ( and chime in. CORIANTON HALE