Blue, yellow, red, green: these vintage signs, from the 1960s and 1970s and still going strong (if a little worn), explode with color.
Has anyone gone to Canal Rubber, off Greene Street, to see if the promise on their sign is true? Just wondering.
Pete’s Pizza and its wonderful sign are on Avenue M in Brooklyn. I love the way each e in Pete’s is a little off-center.
Wakefield Paint and Wallpaper has a lovely carousel going on their sign. It’s at the end of the 2 and 5 line in the Bronx.
Bermudez Bakery is in East Harlem. The color scheme is a little too bright for my taste, but “dulces” sounds good.
“The Killarney Rose opened its doors over 43 years ago, making it one of the longest standing downtown local bar,” the website tells us. Looks like an old-school place to get a drink on Pearl Street.
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