Spotted in a store in Chicago: a restroom sign. I’m not going to make any cracks about this; you tell me.
Michael, my other, more handsome half, spotted the glorious neon ghost sign for Monty’s Groceries Liquors on Cabrillo St. at 10th Ave. in San Francisco’s Richmond District. More about the sign here.
We’re honored that a few of our photos are included in The Typographic Universe: Letterforms Found in Nature, the Built World and Human Imagination by Steven Heller and Gail Anderson, published by Thames & Hudson.
Get off Sidewalk, Other Red Bike Lessons: just some thoughts on Cincinnati’s new bike-sharing program.
Can Cleveland Ever Be the New Brooklyn?: my answer is no, and why would it want to?
How Artists Can Fight Back Against Cities That Are Taking Advantage of Them: just that, coming out of Seattle.
The Fading Distinction Between City and Suburb: “As high-income people return to cities and urban neighborhoods, they bring much of their suburban lifestyle with them.” Food for thought!
New York 1976: Cab-Driving in the Artistic Heart of the Universe: amazing trip back in time.