In 1995, Imago Artist-run Print Shop presented Night Glow Highway, an off-site exhibition where seven artists created an installation of sixteen original prints on road signs along the path beside the Petitcodiac River. The participating artists were George Blanchette, Guy Duguay, Paul Édouard Bourque, Gilles LeBlanc, Marc Cyr, Heather Oke, and Nat Snider.
The exhibition became mired in controversy: the residents of the town of Dieppe complained about the installation because some of its topics were believed to have an erotic connotation. Five works deemed disturbing were seized by the police; two of these had been vandalized, and another work was stolen. This dispute led to a public debate about censorship, giving Imago Artist-run Print Shop unprecedented visibility. The signs were then exhibited at Galerie Sans Nom, which also held a panel discussion where artists were able to exchange ideas about freedom of expression.