I was in Phoenix a few weeks ago for a business trip and my co-workers and I went into Tempe for dinner. This is always a dangerous scenario for me because my co-workers are healthcare consultants and when I’m “out in the wild” in a new city, I turn into a type-freak. I’ve got my camera in hand and always on the look out for city specific typography. We were stopped at a stop light and this building was staring me in the face:
My co-worker was nice enough to slow down and get honked at while I reached out the window to grab these pics:Hayden Flour Mill has transitioned from a boarded-up relic to a public gathering place where Tempe’s history is honored. The city opened the grounds where the iconic Valley landmark stands at the gateway to downtown Tempe a couple of years ago. Visitors can walk the grounds and peer into the mill building for a peek at historical elements from the Industrial Age.
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It’s the weekend, and I’m feeling the need for #graffitiweek! Next week will be an entire week devoted to street art. Game on!