Sign warns cyclists about itself. To be fair, it does the job pretty well. … Read the full post »
A collection of signs which are fun. As you might expect with the name fun signs.
Despite the passage of time, this Austrian road sign is still hard to beat. … Read the full post »
Wimbledon station faces a problem common to many: the volume of people using it at peak times exceeds its capacity, causing real problems at points such as pinch points such as the stairs. … Read the full post »
Courtesy of the Botanic Gardens, Sydney this is how to write the legalistic small print at a park’s entrance. … Read the full post »
A little gem discovered when out canvassing in Wandsworth at the weekend: I do like the idea that an old, dilapidated, messy council sign is there telling residents … not to be messy. Though judging by the amount of dumped rubbish underneath it, I don’t think it’s a sign getting much attention.
Good thing someone thought to put this sign up in Bristol. Very handy for those leaflet delivery loving Liberal Democrats. … Read the full post »
Excellent piece in Slate about the new street maps which are sprouting up around London (mostly central London at the moment, though also a strong showing in Islington). … Read the full post »
They’re smart, these Canadian sign writers. … Read the full post »
Watch out! Danger ahead! Be afraid! Be afraid of everything!”. Or is it “Watch out! Danger ahead! Be afraid! Of something so secret and scary we can’t tell you what it is!”? … Read the full post »
The English is clear enough to lorry drivers – but the Welsh reads “I am not in the office at the moment. Send any work to be translated.”
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