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Glaser's Bake Shop @glasersbakeshop in Yorkville, Manhattan has been in business since 1902. It was founded by John Glaser, a German immigrant, who originally specialized in baking breads but later on added cookies, cakes, pies and other sweets. They are known for their delicious black-and-white cookies and their Bavarian pastries and brownies. To read more about this #bakery history and see more photos from our visit with @6sqft please go to: https://www.6sqft.com/where-i-work-glasers-german-bakery-has-been-satisfying-yorkvilles-sweet-tooth-for-115-years/

Happy Hanukkah to everyone! A great place to get some delicacies for this Jewish holiday 🕎 is Russ & Daughters Appetizers on East Houston Street in the Lower East Side, which has been in business since 1914. It is now being run by fourth-generation owners Joshua Russ Tupper and Niki Russ Federman. The ✡️appetizing store is known for their smoked #salmon and their vast #caviar selection. The business was founded by Joel Russ out of a pushcart before he opened this #storefront. There were more than four hundred appetizing stores in the city in 1936. This is the last one remaining on the Lower East Side. We really love their #vintage #neonsign flanked by the two #neon fish 🐟 which was lovingly restored by @lettherebeneon! Niki Russ Federman told us that while the #signage was being restored a number of years ago, many customers came by the shop worried that because the #neon was removed, that the business was closing, but she reassured them that was NOT the case and that their iconic neon sign would be brought back asap! We are so happy that they did! #type #signgeeks #typevstime #typography #signcollective #dailytype #ig_signage #SeeYourCity #IGS_NYC #everything_signage #fontastic #ig_nycity

In honor of the 2nd night of Hanukkah being celebrated this evening, we are highlighting the original location of the SECOND AVE DELI in the East Village. This Jewish Delicatessen/Restaurant was opened in 1954 by Abe Lebewohl, a Jewish immigrant from Russia. It specialized in Matzo Ball soup, aka Jewish penicillin and corned beef and pastrami sandwiches. Sadly, Abe Lebewohl was killed in 1996 during a robbery after the restaurant had closed for the night. Jack Lebewohl, Abe’s brother took over the delicatessen but was forced to close in January 2006 because the rent on the 2,800 square foot space was raised from $24,000 a month to $33,000 a month. @2ndavedeli later reopened in Midtown with a similar menu and has since opened another location on the Upper East Side. Photo from 2003 appears in our book "Store Front:The Disappearing Face of New York". #storefront #type #typevstime #dailytype #typography #chanukah #signgeeks #neon #signage #disappearingfaceofnewyork #signcollective #ig_signage #everything_signage

Randle Beauty & Barber Shop

CHROMATIC SIGNAGE COLLAGE PRINTS AVAILABLE with FREE SHIPPING in the U.S.

We designed this colorful collage using actual signage taken from our collection of New York City #storefront photos.

We have 3 limited edition sizes available: - 8.5 x 32 inch width image printed on 12 x 36 Kodak Professional Endura Glossy Paper Edition of 50 @ $250/print (shown above in photo).
-11.75 x 44 inch width image printed on 20 x 48 inch width Fuji Crystal Archive DPII Glossy Edition of 15 @ $500/print.
-18 inch height x 68 inch width image printed on 20 x 80 inch (6 feet 6 inch width) width Fuji Crystal Archive DPII Glossy, Edition of 10@$800/print

Custom sizing also available.

Payment via PayPal or Venmo to our account at: jandkphoto@att.net

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Happy Hanukkah to everyone! A great place to get some delicacies for this Jewish holiday 🕎 is Russ & Daughters Appetizers on East Houston Street in the Lower East Side, which has been in business since 1914. It is now being run by fourth-generation owners Joshua Russ Tupper and Niki Russ Federman. The ✡️appetizing store is known for their smoked #salmon and their vast #caviar selection. The business was founded by Joel Russ out of a pushcart before he opened this #storefront. There were more than four hundred appetizing stores in the city in 1936. This is the last one remaining on the Lower East Side. We really love their #vintage #neonsign flanked by the two #neon fish 🐟 which was lovingly restored by @lettherebeneon! Niki Russ Federman told us that while the #signage was being restored a number of years ago, many customers came by the shop worried that because the #neon was removed, that the business was closing, but she reassured them that was NOT the case and that their iconic neon sign would be brought back asap! We are so happy that they did! #type #signgeeks #typevstime #typography #signcollective #dailytype #ig_signage #SeeYourCity #IGS_NYC #everything_signage #fontastic #ig_nycity

Randle Beauty & Barber Shop

Back from Havana and this trip broke all records! Absolutely fantastic time in Cuba! The Cine Record is way off the tourist’s beaten path on busy Calle 100. It’s no longer showing films but fortunately that magnificent facade and the signage have remained in place! Look at all that fun breeze block! #Havana #cuba #oldhavana #lahabana #habana #cubalibre #ig_cuba #igerscuba #unlimitedcuba #miramar #cinerecord #onlyinhavana #breezeblocks #TravelTodayTV #loves_habana #signofgrime #s_o_t_t_cuba #SiCo_Path #SignCollective

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CHROMATIC SIGNAGE COLLAGE PRINTS AVAILABLE with FREE SHIPPING in the U.S.

We designed this colorful collage using actual signage taken from our collection of New York City #storefront photos.

We have 3 limited edition sizes available: - 8.5 x 32 inch width image printed on 12 x 36 Kodak Professional Endura Glossy Paper Edition of 50 @ $250/print (shown above in photo).
-11.75 x 44 inch width image printed on 20 x 48 inch width Fuji Crystal Archive DPII Glossy Edition of 15 @ $500/print.
-18 inch height x 68 inch width image printed on 20 x 80 inch (6 feet 6 inch width) width Fuji Crystal Archive DPII Glossy, Edition of 10@$800/print

Custom sizing also available.

Payment via PayPal or Venmo to our account at: jandkphoto@att.net

The historic Tam O’Shanter

It’s a jungle out there!

In honor of the 2nd night of Hanukkah being celebrated this evening, we are highlighting the original location of the SECOND AVE DELI in the East Village. This Jewish Delicatessen/Restaurant was opened in 1954 by Abe Lebewohl, a Jewish immigrant from Russia. It specialized in Matzo Ball soup, aka Jewish penicillin and corned beef and pastrami sandwiches. Sadly, Abe Lebewohl was killed in 1996 during a robbery after the restaurant had closed for the night. Jack Lebewohl, Abe’s brother took over the delicatessen but was forced to close in January 2006 because the rent on the 2,800 square foot space was raised from $24,000 a month to $33,000 a month. @2ndavedeli later reopened in Midtown with a similar menu and has since opened another location on the Upper East Side. Photo from 2003 appears in our book "Store Front:The Disappearing Face of New York". #storefront #type #typevstime #dailytype #typography #chanukah #signgeeks #neon #signage #disappearingfaceofnewyork #signcollective #ig_signage #everything_signage

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HAVANNA, CUBA // Plaza de la Revolucón

#cuba #havanna #typography #typetravelers

Glaser's Bake Shop @glasersbakeshop in Yorkville, Manhattan has been in business since 1902. It was founded by John Glaser, a German immigrant, who originally specialized in baking breads but later on added cookies, cakes, pies and other sweets. They are known for their delicious black-and-white cookies and their Bavarian pastries and brownies. To read more about this #bakery history and see more photos from our visit with @6sqft please go to: https://www.6sqft.com/where-i-work-glasers-german-bakery-has-been-satisfying-yorkvilles-sweet-tooth-for-115-years/

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Peppermill Restaurant, a #LasVegas classic.

The countdown to the holidays has begun and to celebrate we are releasing 11x14 inch Kodak Professional Endura Luster signed prints of Cheyenne Diner for $99. Please DM or email us at jandkphoto@att.net to order via PayPal or Venmo with free shipping to anywhere in the continental U.S. •Cheyenne Diner was in business from 1940 until April 2008. The stainless steel and glass-brick clad #diner was forced to close when the owner, Spiros Kasimis, lost his lease in order to make way for a nine-story apartment building. We loved this #vintage diner with its amazing #neon #signage using a unique #font. The photo was taken in 2004 and appears in our book "Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York". We know that many photographers visited this diner because it was located across the street from B&H Photo @bhphoto on Ninth Avenue in Midtown.

Century Bowl - #vintage sign to an #abandoned #bowling alley in #Merced, CA:

The 1945 Art Deco Cine Arenal in Havana’s Playa neighborhood! I’m guessing that’s some kind of Russian car imported long after the revolution. I was glad I captured that lovely lady protecting herself from the sun on this bright afternoon! Notice the neon sign over the entrance! I am so fortunate to be heading back to Havana again bright and early tomorrow morning! My friends with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band are premiering their documentary “A Tuba to Cuba” at the Havana Film Festival. Most of it was filmed during our first visit to Havana! This is another exciting chapter of the Cuba story that has truly been life changing! #Havana #cuba #habana #unlimitedcuba #loves_habana #playa #phjb #preservationhall #SiCo_Path #SignCollective

Red Fox Room, of the The Lafayette Hotel, Swim Club & Bungalows, San Diego, CA⠀

Signed copies of our books "Store Front" (Mini edition) and "Store Front II" (Mini edition) now available at The Tenement Museum Shop @tenementmuseum_shop! All proceeds from the sales of the books help support this Lower East Side treasure @thetenementmuseum
James and Karla Murray’s classic tome from their ongoing Store Front series is now available for the first time in its covetable “mini” format. The Murrays have been capturing impeccable photographs from the streets of New York City since the 1990s. With Store Front II they’ve continued their documentation of an important cross-section of New York’s “Mom and Pop” economy. The Murray’s penetrating photographs are only half the story though. Their copious background texts, gleaned largely from interviews with the stores’ owners and employees, bring wonderful color and nuance to the importance of these unique one-off establishments.

I went to a different shopping centre yesterday and was reminded of a time that I once parked a ‘Red’ hire car in an unfamiliar multi level shopping centre car park, (in another country) took a mental note of the spot, and happily went off shopping. Hours later I returned. I then spent what felt like hours walking around the car park, zapping every Red car with the remote key, looking for that #%*~#* ‘Red’ car! Now I compulsively take a pic of where I have parked, so I never have that experience again! Anyone else lost your car in a car park... or is it just me?

One of the weirdest neon signs in Los Angeles.

When I was a student at the University of Miami, the lunch counter at Allen’s, on the great corner of Red & Bird, was one of my favorites. I always loved stopping in traffic to get a good look at the magnificent neon signage. As long as I knew the place they survived just fine with a Walgreens across the street. But when CVS was built right behind it, I guess that was too much. The signage is gone. This shot is from some time in the 90’s, shot on film, from somewhere in the middle of the intersection! I’m glad I was so reckless. A very special place in my memory. #drugs #luncheonette #coralgables #southmiami #theU #universityofmiami #kendall #insta_rx #SiCo_💊 #SiCo_Path #SignCollective

Found this little guy today in Pasadena.

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Playing around with The Safari Inn 🤔

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