When a localized slang term pops up in a habitat far removed from its own, it will cause some heads to turn. And that's exactly what happened along a fairly busy stretch of highway.
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By Lauren Walser
Artist Bill Warren hand paints the lettering on a window at The B.T.C. Old-Fashioned Grocery.
There's a renaissance happening in t...
No, it's not a reference to a statewide political movement, but it at least it enjoys some possibility of taking the nation by storm. But, at least in this case, it all begins with a pretty ordinary road sign.
The criticisms are minor when considering the aesthetic and recreational benefits the Dequindre Cut offers.
No less than 24 hours after starting my blog about marketing mistakes, I was given a sign. Not a sign from above, but a literal neon pink sign from my neighborhood grocery store.
It took 80 hours and seven humid, sticky days and nights to complete, longer than it took God to make Heaven and Earth, according to scriptures.
The golden age of neon, the '50s and '60s produced an art form unique to its function. Like the cars of the period, they were voluptuous, playful, elegant, excessive.
Philadephia born New York Street Artist Stephen Powers AKA ESPO has been covering walls in Brooklyn since last summer with puns, phrases, and messages...
It's hard to imagine more egotistical signs than these.
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