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Entry no.: 216

21 Aug 2007, 11:18 PM

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Bucharest Wow

I just discovered Town Frames — an intriguing collection of fossilized, anachronistic signage from Bucharest — too bad the blog itself gathers dust since february 2006, just like its inhabitants.


Reply no.: 1

23 Aug 2007, 12:09 AM


wow-ing along!
lovely project indeed. maybe now, that you discovered the dusty blog of dusty signage, somebody may continue it further on. I'm sure those weren't the last examples of vintage frames.

Reply no.: 2

23 Aug 2007, 9:02 AM


It is nice, isn't it? Alex, if someone (why not the author of the blog?) would continue this archeological search, that would be a blog I'd follow, too.

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