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Sunday
May292005

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan!

saskatoon.jpgFound at Design Observer and Speak Up, is an article about my childhood home town of Saskatoon. Marian Bantjes has photographed the proliferation of roadside neon-lettered signs.
I've always found these signs strangely appealing. The limited colours of bright yellow-green and fushia, have great subtle differences in hue due to the sun bleaching letters used most often. I admit to collecting the discarded neon letters from these sorts of signs (only if the letter has fallen off the sign, which is my general rule for collecting found type treasures.)