Palm Sign (2010) is part of a larger body of work in which artist Ito Barrada explores how the symbol of the palm tree is used in marketing campaigns to promote ‘contemporary’ Morocco. Continue reading Modern Art Monday Presents: Ito Barrada, Palm Sign
We definitely need more Glitz and Glam in our lives in 2023, amiright?
Neon Sign Photographed at Glitz Glam Nail Salon In Los Angeles, CA!
Decals have been used for decades for various decorative or informative purposes. Some people might add decals to their cars’ windows, while business owners are sticking them to the floors of their stores, though they can be applied to many different surfaces to suit your purpose. Clear decals can be used on vehicles, sidewalks, glass storefronts and other surfaces for promoting any kind of event or business you want to publicize. You can visit this link to find out more about decals, their background, and about their various uses.
I haven’t been inside a bar since March, or probably before that, but I pass the B-Side Bar, located at 204 Avenue B located between 12th and 13th Streets, many times each week on my walks. I always love to see this Pink Neon Sign glowing day or night, and I finally stopped to snap a pic, because it was way overdue to be featured as a Pink Thing.
I took the photo from two angles, trying to avoid as much street reflection as possible, although I do love the reflection of the sign itself against the glass! B-Side has curbside seating, if you feel like stopping by for a cocktail!
Villainess, accord to their Instagram Page, is a “Secondhand designer black clothing store and events destination located in the East Village.” The exact address is 181 Avenue B, and they appear be temporarily shuttered due to the Covid Life. It seems appropriate then, that their glorious Pink Neon Sign glows on, behind bars, so to speak.