Monday, July 22, 2013

30 in 30 by 30: American Sign Museum

This is the fourteenth in my 30 in 30 by 30 series, wherein I undertake 30 adventures in 30 days before I turn 30 years old on Aug. 6.

Sunday, Quincy and I hit the American Sign Museum.

royal pain

Alright, I'll admit that the concept of a cache of placards doesn't necessarily sound astounding.

But the American Sign Museum is an exhilarating amalgamation of relics that illustrate the best of art, science and commerce. It's a unique art form that elegantly captures popular culture and distills the Zeitgeist of any given era.

Plus, come on. These signs just look cool.


What's all the hubbub, bulb?

getting tired


Admission was $15 each but since we showed an hour before closing, the nice folks at the front desk gave us the student rate of $10. I'd say these pictures were well worth the price, no?

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