Chutney Chorus is now on Instagram. We’ve many strings to our bow and it’s great to share them all: print design, exhibition design, animation and illustration. See you there!
The Tokyu Milano cinema, ice rink and 58 lane bowling alley complex opened in 1956 and contained the biggest movie theatre in Japan. We're not quite sure when this fabulous signage was installed but as the place was closed in 2014, we really hope it was rescued.
Just looking at the first sign makes us hungry ... wouldn't mind some of that wholesale wholesome wholemeal.
Text edited by pavement, building, breakage, gravity, overlay.
(Images taken in London and Cambridge).
Get some perspective on Valentine's Day ... take a seat with your loved one.
(Taken in Liverpool and Sakura, Japan).
Feel free to print out these signs, fill with your own design and send to the relevant authorities in Poland, Switzerland or Spain.
Are you at a crossroads in your life? This sign might help you decide what to do next.
(Spied in Chinatown, New York).
If you don't want to get bogged-down in details, get over to the Lewisham Rough Information Centre.
Leave design in the open air and it can take on a life of its own. The merging of these posters is fascinating and, dare we say it, almost mystical. The photo is a couple of years old but we still haven't worked out what it says ... Don't let speed be a grave zoner? Don't let NPL be a gimme moner? Your guess is as good as ours.
Forget star signs. If you want to see inside someone's head, look at their garage door.
(Taken in 2010 at the Heygate Estate, Elephant and Castle, London. The estate is currently in final stages of demolition and is no longer accessible, dammit!).