Ahh, this is a majestic factory building, topped with a ghost sign worthy of Rainbow Brite, advertising The Westerman Print Company at 2116 Colerain Ave. in the Brighton neighborhood of Cincinnati.
Head on over to The Knot to see photos of a lovely casual wedding in the mountains of Colorado, including this shot of our personalized seed bomb favors in action [photography by Timothy Faust].
On Indy’s humble Eastside, you can find art anywhere.
Oh, my gosh, how much do I love this installation? Located in the underground passageway between the 6th Ave. subway station at 42nd St. and the station exit on 5th Ave., Under Bryant Park by Samm Kunce references the park and the main branch of the New York Public Library, both of which are located directly above.
It’s a bit strange to hear that the tiny house trend is hitting Midwestern cities, but it probably makes sense in a place like Portland. In this clip, Kumail Nanjiani tours one on the IFC show Portlandia. Enjoy!
The ghost signage for Prime Meat Market is located at 2536 East 10th St. on the corner of North Temple Ave. I caught this great shot just as a rainstorm was approaching, but this is actually a humble little building with humble ghost signs.
Opened in 1915, the San Francisco City Hall by Bakewell & Brown is a Beaux-Arts masterpiece featuring the fifth largest dome in the world, taller than that of the United States Capitol. Its 500,000 square feet occupy two city blocks.