No time for banter. Just “Flick” through some of the shit we saw on “Day One” of this beast. 76 degrees out. Happy as hell about that one.
Has anyone gotten annoyed at you for photographing their wares? I have to assume you’re not buying EVERYTHING you’ve photographed. And I know yard/tag/flea market sellers can sometimes be crotchety and particular. (At least, they can be here in the Northeast.)
As a photographer, designer and lover of thrift stores and garage sales. Great post. Love seeing that old typography and classic design. Keep um coming.
Excellent project and an ideal way to document such a trip. I went to school in south-central Michigan, so I know where you’re traveling. Discoveries like yours dotted my college hunting days in antique shops and at garage sales. Awesome sauce.
great photos. i’m particularly fond of the booze collection on the plane. pulls at my heart strings
Those old packaging designs are so bad ass. So simple and elegant, crafted by people who took their time and knew what they were doing.
Hey Jess, glad so many folks are following your journey..take some pics of the “cast” want to see them too. Take care, your mother
Looks like a blast, gentlemen.
Got my hat and notebooks…thanks very much.
Wondering where “Street Fight” came from, but I like it…
Fairly jealous of your road trip.
I’m editing european press conference materials/signs in an overly air-conditioned (see: cold as hell…headache status) building here in the Silicon Valley.
So far … the Huffy sign rocks the hardest!
I hope to hell there’s a baby blue 3-wheeler a strapped to the roof of that suburban.
Wow. This is just some amazing stuff. It makes me weap at the cookie cutter sans-serif logos flooding the veins of America. We used to know how to design!
Thanks for doing the treasure hunting for us!
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