Ad Exec puts out book spoofing signs

A new book is out by advertising executive Dave Askwith titled Signs of Life: Useful Signs For The General Public

Co-"written" by Alex Normanton (who did the typography work), the book is filled with images of spoofed signs. Askwith says he was inspired by his train ride from Brighton to London, looking at same signs. Could be another good gift idea for the holidays.

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I love it. I love the fact that he did it for real as well. 'hacking' routine boring old public space seems to be a huge trend in the naughts isn't it?

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