Here’s a selection of shop fronts and street signs I came across during my many walks around Brooklyn and Manhattan a couple of weeks ago.
Although a lot of the traditional store fronts of New York are being replaced by bland modern signage, there’s still a fair few old shop signs to be found.
I love the typography on this one on the Lower East Side.
Steve’s Food Center, Lower East Side.
Bistro Petit at 170 S 3rd St, Brooklyn.
Liquors sign at Metropolitan and Leonard, Brooklyn.
Vintage Clothing sign, Bushwick.
Timeless metal barn, Bushwick.
Old bathroom store (now a bar) on Flushing Avenue, Bushwick.
Pentecostal Mission, Grand St, Brooklyn.
Allstar Ready Mix, by Morgan Avenue station.
Old Luncheonette sign, Greenpoint.
Star Deli, Greenpoint.
Fabulously deconstructed sign.
Grady’s Cold Brew, Williamsburg.
Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse.
Dead End, Brooklyn.
Painting on wall of shop, Williamsburg.
Natan Borlam, Williamsburg.
Auto Parts, Williamsburg.
Street sign, Williamsburg.
Wonder store, Bushwick.
Fat Albert, Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn.
Bed Bugs, Bushwick.
Flat Fix, Central Ave, Bushwick.
Auto repair store, Myrtle Avenue.
Painted advert, Myrtle Avenue.
It’s National Hamburger Month. Awesome!
Old and new signs, Williamsburg.
Beauty & Essex – 146 Essex Street NYC
Cleaners, Greenwich Village.
Otto’s Shrunken Head, E 14th St, Manhattan.
Papaya Dog, East Village.
You can’t knock the value!
24 hour Lower East Side Coffee Shop.
By Manhattan Bridge.
Police sign stuck on bush, W33rd.
The beautiful neon frontage of Clover Delicatessen, Midtown.