Warning: Today’s post is VERY picture heavy. I had planned to use this killer picture taken in Greer for today’s post and realized I have ton of grocery related pictures from all over. I think it’s so interesting to see how different the typography is from city to city. From hand painted ghost signs to 3D lettering. Enjoy the awesomeness!
North Market in Columbus was founded in 1876:
With its origins dating back to 1840 the West Side Market is Cleveland’s oldest publicly owned market:
This bad boy is located down the street from the West Side Market:
I zoomed in on my favorite part:
Union Square Saturday morning market:
Big thanks to Doug Dougal for sharing this picture taken in Edinburgh. If it didn’t say fish emporium I’d never have guessed that’s what was being sold:
The next two pictures were taken by my friend Rob Turpin. It’s funny seeing a beautiful ghost sign under a billboard. Thanks Rob for sharing your pictures:
No billboard. Just the way I like it:
See any neat grocery signs in your city? Take a picture and tweet it to me @nikki_vz to be featured in an upcoming post!