I LOVE HOW USELESS THIS SIGN
NEXT TO THE OTHER
ONE IS ALSO.
FROM MEEKER AVENUE
I LOVE HOW USELESS THIS SIGN IS
UNLESS YOU’RE A STICKER FREAK.
FROM MEEKER AVENUE
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This used to be a blue, single story building along the BQE on Meeker @ Varick, but it has all grown up!
Prior to the addition, it was Conch Umbrellas, a Chinese-owned umbrella manuacturer located throughout the U.S. including right here in Greenpoint, USA.
It could still be them, it certainly doesn’t look like a residential building.
From a distance, I thought that some kind of Ikea pop-up store was happening.
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From Meeker Avenue
I love when old awnings get aged and crumble or peel. Tony’s Auto Body has some beautiful sign degradation and peelage. It creates an all new, consistent and unintended font type.
On Meeker Avenue under the BQE at Manhattan Avenue.
Consider yourself warned.
This sign from Meeker Avenue in Greenpoint is kind of funny. “Intoxicated Grounds” sounds like a new bar slash coffee shop or something. Is contaminated a more accurate word? This whole area has a big fence around it, so how exactly would a dog even get into the area? I mean, thanks for the heads up, but better yet, thanks for the funny sign.
My feet were planted in the same spot for both of these pictures. On Meeker Avenue near Humboldt Avenue, Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Sometimes I forget that not everyone has a hundred foot wide highway running through their neighborhood.
I finally made it outside. The wind and the rain has a colorful way of bringing out the rubbage.
Both above from Meeker Avenue.
From Graham Avenue