As I have pointed out in past entries on the amusing signs I’ve spotted on my bicycle rides, Detroit is an interesting place full of strange signs. Many are hand drawn on discarded chunks of plywood or other pieces of scrap wood. A few are full of misspellings, and they are sometimes hung or placed in the most bizarre locations. Some are quite humorous in their messages, while others are almost impossible to read because the letters have run or dripped into each other because too much paint was used to create them.
In this entry, the seventh in an occasional series on Detroit’s quirky signs, I’ve posted a few of the most recent ones I’ve spotted on my rides. Despite the content and hard-to-read messaging found on a few, I do admire the drive and persistence of the many grass-root business entrepreneurs found along the city’s major commercial strips and within the neighborhoods. They are doing what they need in order to advertise their goods and services.
Take a look!
This entry is the seventh of an occasional blog entry on the amusing signs of Detroit. To view the other’s in this series, click on the headlines below.
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