London’s Ghost Signs in the 80s and 90s, by Peter Marshall
Peter Marshall’s collection of London’s ghost signs from the 1980s and 90s are part of a wider set of historically significant images.
Ice Cream for Health, says J. Boni in Edinburgh
Ice Cream for Health, says J. Boni in Edinburgh, as the 1930s ghost sign is revealed, preserved, and partially covered.
Tooting Ghost Signs for Gowns and Grooves
Digging into the Tooting ghost signs for gowns and grooves revealed on Mitcham Road.
The Donovan Bros Sign at 46 Crispin Street
The Donovan Bros sign at 46 Crispin Street has a fascinating story to tell, and here’s more about proprietor Patrick Donovan and signwriter Alfred Keil.
Unpeeling Layers of Late-Victorian Signwriting
Three layers of late-Victorian signwriting in palimpsest are identified on this South London ghost sign, found on Anerley Road.
Advertising Time Capsules in Paris and London
In the London Underground and Paris Metro these advertising time capsules show original posters dating from the 1950s and earlier, as revealed by works.