The first SIGNS: WHAT THEY TELL YOU story since September 2017!
Lemonade, flamingo, bubble gum, cotton candy, millennials, etc. Pink can represent a lot of different things.
This is the June 2017 version of SIGNS: WHAT THEY TELL YOU in Paris.
“SMALL TOWN” – That’s where a girl from a metropolis finds something new.
Being in Downtown New York, I always feel that old is good. Old is too good.
Philadelphia is …
Reading Terminal Market is a larger scale version of Chelsea Market, sort of.
I love going to Chinatown in any city.
Kanazawa is a beautiful city in the north west of Japan.
I was actually in Tokyo for two weeks last month.
“Copy, art, and typography should be seen as a living entity;
“Even if you don’t like colours, you will end up having something red.
One of my favorite icons in cities – neon signs.
The NYC Subway – it is notorious when it comes to their service and punctuality, but its aesthetic is one of a kind among the city transportation systems all over the world.
As I was photographing the signs in the city of Paris, I realized one notable thing.
Yes, it’s about my lovely neighborhood, Astoria, again.
I’ve been living in Astoria, New York for two years and three months.
Although it’s right next to New York, it’s a total different world that you might fall in love with.
It’s already happening in the west, and you can hop on a subway to see it.
“What I like best about San Francisco is San Francisco.” – Frank Lloyd Wright
Although signs are just one small part of the view, it sometimes feels like everything is focused on them and even time slows down or almost stops for them.
I have been strongly inspired by signs that I see as I stroll around in cities.