Signage

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Frank’s, 18 Frederick Street North, Dublin 1+

Though you could make a very good case for enforcing signage guidelines in the name of cohesive streetscapes and that...

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Ghost sign (Lennox Chemicals), 3/4 Leinster Street South, Dublin 2+

Among Dublin’s many wonderful ghost signs, the ones from the former Lennox Chemicals premises on South Leinster Street might be...

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Painted sign, Mark’s Lane, Dublin 2+

Mark’s Lane runs parallel to Pearse and Townsend Streets, separating the Markievicz flat complex from St. Mark’s Church. The Markievicz...

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Government Publications Sales Office sign, Molesworth Street, Dublin 2+

In February 1983, the Government Publications Sales Office moved from the GPO Arcade (between Prince’s Street and Henry Street) to...

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Former shop, Upper Dominick Street, Dublin 1+

The three-storey domestic building to the side of the main bulk of the former Hendrons factory looks like it predated...

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Signage, Cork Street, Dublin 8+

The patchwork of tiling on the Donnelly Centre was probably the first part to catch my eye, but the signs...

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Factory sign, 15 Summer Street South, Dublin 8+

Slightly overshadowed by the ‘SOLD’ sign at the time I visited, the former Henry White Ltd. premises on Summer Street...

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Sign box, Mander’s Terrace/Ranelagh Road, Dublin 6+

The path leading from Ranelagh Road to Mander’s Terrace looks a bit like an entrance in need of a destination....

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An interview with Concrete Collar (& the Grand Canal Docks sign)+

An early post on Concrete Collar, which is a blog about “the cross-pollination between fashion and architecture”, used the Grand Canal...

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Joe Byrne Bets Here, signage, 142 Upper Leeson Street, Dublin 4+

Turning from Upper Leeson Street onto Sussex Road, it’s almost impossible to read the sign in front of you as...

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