a pinboard in particular: window shopping.
by victoria comment

11/27/12

i thought i’d start something new around here — i call it a pinboard in particular. every other week, i’m going to challenge myself to create new pinterest boards that i hope inspire you, as well as myself. i find so many great ideas for pinboards on pinterest and i think it might be fun to share some ideas here. this week i’m sharing one i started called window shopping — it’s a look at great store fronts with some inspiring typefaces gracing their windows. sign painting is such a unique and somewhat lost art (but making a comeback) and i’m simply charmed by these windows.

what’s the most unique pinboard you’ve seen? do you have one that’s a little outside the box?

old faithful shop sign — getting painted by a pro.

kitka.

tiny’s giant.

san francisco’s bell jar, by nathan michael.

pot + pantry by amy tremper and ben tremper.

saturdays surf nyc, via the sartorialist.

ruby’s barber shop, via brought to you by the letter e.

everybody dance now, via typotheque.

nest on fillmore, by me.

• top image via because it’s awesome.

21 responses to “a pinboard in particular: window shopping.”

  1. I instagrammed a neat one Saturday night – my favorite music venue just opened a bar next door called Jalopy Tavern, and the window typeface is lovely. It’s even cooler that with the streetlights coming through the glass, the sign gets projected onto a blank space on the wall!

  2. Great idea Victoria! I’m looking forward to looking through all the lovely new pinboards you’ll create! This is wonderful though… my heart skips a beat everytime I see a beautiful bit of typography. What with the recent chalkboard trend I for one am very happy to see it returning to its advertising roots. You are so lucky to have such wonderful shops around you too :)

  3. Love this idea, Victoria!

    I have one question, can you maybe recommend any blogger meet ups here in San Francisco or any crafty workshops?
    We moved 7 month ago from Germany to San Francisco and I would like to get in touch with some like-minded folks. :)

    Thanks in advance!

    Cheers,
    Ana

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