They are changing the numbers of all the buildings in a complex we frequent. It is confusing. Perhaps the multi-colored chalk scribbles on the sidewalk are a clue to the new-building numberers about which numbers go to which buildings.
In this photo, the operative word is the first word. But it’s a good sign anyway.
I keep seeing Mondrian’s work everywhere I go. I came across the rare Mondrian 300 CRY (an emotional work), just today. Here are some of the others I have found: Mondrian 300, Mondrian 002 OXY, Mondrian 240, Found Art, More Found Art.
This isn’t a sign one sees every day, as a general rule:
I really wanted this one for my fridge, but couldn’t pry it off the wall.
I really like signs. I appreciate the simple declarative ones, for example: Ambiguous signs are amusing: I also like unique signs. I saw this one today: How does one get a ‘Confined Space’ permit anyway?
I love signs. There are signs that are ambiguous, but state their meaning in no uncertain terms: There are signs that express frustration: Today I saw another sign. It struck me as ironic. The sign, when read in its entirety advises, its readers of their right to not be deterred from shopping, presumably by people asking […]
I saw the weekly photo challenge from Dreimal Kunst, for signs and just happened to be obeying the one above. There was no need, as the street was blocked off from traffic.