Their front sign probably says "Put our logo up in big letters in the front, yea....in turquoise"
I hope this was malicious compliance, and the person asked to paint it wasn't comfortable with stealing the art.
This reminds me of that one huge banner that has a bunch of Chinese or Korean text and says something in English like "TRANSLATION SERVER UNAVAILABLE"
My wife works at Shutterstock. I sent this to her when the wall got posted a few months back. They loved it. They see a lot of weird stuff in general
Besides the obvious, the fact that it says "make" and not "makes" is driving me crazy.
Whoever made this had to go out of their way to purchase gray paint so they could include that watermark.
**edit:** all you people replying that it's a machine-printed vinyl decal - notice how it's on a brick wall, and how uneven the letters in "shutterstock" are. Signs that make it clear that it's hand-painted https://i.imgur.com/naK8AJW.jpg
This has to be a joke on the business' part...right?
MAKE SHUTTERSTOCK EVERYTHING