Signs for All Occasions

Ooh, I love this topic! Signs are so diverse that I have an archive of sign photos!  If you wish to join in the fun, Nancy Merrill has A Photo a Week Challenge every Thursday; this week’s topic is Signs.

Signs can be informative…

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Sign over a dentist’s office in Chicago

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…or funny!

Good sign! (Fire and Ice, Marengo)
In a restaurant in some small town in north central Illinois

 

 

Dale and I still laugh when we remember this sign we saw in Buzios in 2003!
Someone had translation trouble! Buzios, Brazil

 

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On a corner near downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

 

They can be thought provoking….

This is on a wall next to the parking lot across from SAMA.
On a wall by the parking lot of the San Antonio Art Museum

 

 

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Inside a restaurant in St. Louis, Missouri

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…or lend ambiance to a place, such as…

Mader’s German Restaurant, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

and old town Quebec City, Canada:

Signs also convey social and political opinions:

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Women’s March, Chicago, Jan. 21, 2017

 

Sandy's sign - she used flowers from her wedding poster - "repurposed"
My friend’s sign at the Women’s March

 

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At an exhibit about the 1960s cultural revolution at the Montreal Museum of Art, Oct. 2017

 

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Sign in our front yard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 thoughts on “Signs for All Occasions

  1. If I were asked to choose a favorite sign, I’m not sure I could, although the “Don’t grab” is pretty funny and pointed.

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