Category Archives: Signs

Photographs showing written or graphic signs

Basque

Basque

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Floodlit sign advertising the Basque pintxos & ölhall (tapas bar) on Magasinsgatan.
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Ord tappar sin mening

Ord tappar sin mening

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Above: Ord tappar sin mening – Words lose their meaning – chalk graffiti on a wall at Korsvägen. Beyond a team of billboard erectors are putting up an ad for the winter exhibition at the Universeum.

Below: Later in the day I found this message – from the same author? Tror på dig själv – Believe in yourself.

Tror på dig själv

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Welcome to Wonderland

Welcome to Wonderland

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A board by the side of a house on Drottninggatan with a graffiti sign – upside down – that bids a Welcome to Wonderland.
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Kör sakta!

Kör sakta!

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In a carpark at Backa a cartoon policeman calls on drivers to Kör sakta! (Drive carefully!)… or else?
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Phrenology

Phrenology

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A model head showing the areas where bumps on the skull indicate specific abilities according to the pseudo-science of phrenology. Photo taken in the Red Room of the Ölrepubliken pub on the corner of Kronhusgatan and Smedjegatan.

Phrenology

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Expect Us!

Expect US!

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Graffiti tag on children’s climbing frame in playground near Krokslätt. I took this photo just about a year ago, but never used it. Now seemed an appropriate moment. Your guess is as good as mine about what the graffiti actually refers to, but my crowd funding campaign goes live in three days, so… Expect us!

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Slang!

Slang!

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Beware! Slang can trip you up. (OK “slang” is the Swedish word for hose… but still.) As you can see from the background, this was taken the same day of the political meeting at Kungsportsplatsen.

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