Tag Archives: sign

Pearl Street Bagel:Wilson,WY

Posted in Dining, Out & About, Signage |

This is a sign I have never seen and I don't get the 'stinky' reference.

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Coopa:Boston,MA

Posted in Dining, Out & About, Signage |

Strange sign. Don't know the meaning and there was the regular hand washing sign by the sink. This is my son's favorite restaurant in Boston. Rivals Chester's River Tacern in his book and I have to say we had a fantastic meal with taste bud popping dishes.

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Yale School of Architecture:New Haven,CT

Posted in Signage |

Had to include this shot which is part of the George Nelson. exhibit, not part of the school signage. How funny is this?

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Best Buy:Waterford,CT

Really I don't see the point in putting the sign on the door as I doubt anyone will go back and wash.

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MetroNorth:Westport,CT

Second time on the flashy red train car. Restroom is way better than the one in the New Haven station which I opted onto shoot. And it has so many helpful signs like this one which is really bright red and lights up.

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Lulu & Me Gastrobar: Manhattan

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This sign has nothing to do with the rest of the look of the restaurant or the food- which is a mixture of small and large dishes from many cuisines- but it certainly is appealing.

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Metro North

Posted in Out & About, Signage, Strange |

Man...I barely wash my hands in this water. Does anyone really think someone might DRINK it?

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Brooklyn Museum: New York

Is it because we came to see the Keith Haring show that I felt this sign could have been designed by him? Probably. Well worth a trip to this borough to visit this museum. The exhibitions are always interesting as is the shop and there is a young and casual feel to the entire experience.

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Whitney Museum: New York

Posted in Signage |

Have no idea what I thought was interesting about this sign. My brain must have been addled by all the mind boggling art I saw at the Bienniel... not.  There are always interesting works in this show and there are always ones that miss the mark.  That's the point of the show.  This is a better than many year.

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