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09.30.14 Rhett Jones

Do you really love your subway line? Do you want to feel like you’ve arrived at Coney Island every time you walk into your house? Then these handmade replicas of the iconic MTA signs are just what you need. Carlton Cutz is just under $1000 away from meeting his goal on Kickstarter. If you donate, you can get one […]

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08.17.11 Bucky Turco

A parking company has every right to tow cars blocking their entrance, but to New Jersey? The sign was spotted outside of a Central Parking System lot in Hell’s Kitchen. It’s harsh, and probably really effective. (Photo: ANIMALNewYork) […]

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05.23.11 Bucky Turco

It’s not just the Illuminati that speak through symbols and esoteric language. Here’s one Brooklyn deli worker’s clever of way of informing customers they will only be selling cigarettes by the pack from now on, so go elsewhere for “loosies.” (Photo: ANIMALNewYork) […]

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03.23.11 Bucky Turco

Manhattan’s official east-west diving line, 5th Avenue, a byproduct of the city’s revolutionary street grid, is causing some confusion, hundreds of years later. Bus and street signs along the fancy corridor don’t seem to vibe. The New York Times’ caption reports: […]

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07.26.10 Bucky Turco

Translated: Sorry, no bills larger than $20 accepted. Spotted at a Subway in Bed-Stuy right off the Bushwick-Williamsburg border. (Photo: Me) […]

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12.03.09 Bucky Turco

Remove your sexy sign or lose the opportunity to sell liquor! That’s the choice being offered to a strip club in Queens by sexually repressed residents trying to save the children. They’ve been quite unsuccessful with their past eradication attempts and are now hoping to block the Platinum Club from getting their liquor license renewed. […]

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10.16.09 Will Sherman

Appropriating the medium of sports fans and panhandlers alike, Brian James photographs people posing with cardboard signs to “encourage a change in the reader, even if it is just a shift in their attitude.” With “many more people to inspire,” the photographer plans to indefinitely continue his “I’ll say it for you project,” which features […]

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