Signs

License Plate Signs

License Plate Signs

Finally get that vanity plate the state won’t make. JustPlateCrazy takes old U.S. license plates and slices them up to make custom signage. The ransom note style signs come mounted to a plank of cedar for easy hanging, and can be made with 3 to 18 letters.

Desktop Sign Board

Desktop Sign Board

A fun play on classic diner menu sign boards, ThreePotatoFourCo’s 10″ x 3.5″ black-on-white desktop version challenges you to spell out your thoughts with the utmost economy of language. Includes an oak wood base and 145 interchangeable letters and numbers.

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Retro Rocket Ship Sign

Retro Rocket Ship Sign

A fantastic addition to any home, artist Rory Rundle’s handmade sign looks like it landed from a 1950s amusement park. It’s made from bent sheet metal with a distressed paint finish, and looks great lit up with vintage bulbs. Measures roughly 6′(w) x 6′(h) x 11″(l)

Office Fame Plates

Office Fame Plates

Give yourself a title promotion or just express your thoughts with one of these amusing old school name plates for your desk. They’re guaranteed to get a laugh from coworkers, and draw the ire of humorless bosses and HR bureaucrats.

Signs from the Near Future

Signs from the Near Future

This single purpose Tumblr takes a page from the back of Wired to envision how modern technologies and changes in social behavior might affect the warning signs we see in everyday places. We were promised jet packs.

Better Names for Things 2

Better Names for Things 2

In the first go round, Pleated Jeans chose Target as the destination to rename things. Now they’ve swapped signage at Lowe’s with much more logical (and hilarious) names for things.

Untitled (Hello World)

Untitled (Hello World)

Valentin Ruhry’s ingeniously simple sign is just a grid of 5,000 orange rocker switches which light up when flipped. It’s like a giant Lite-Brite for adults. At NYC’s Austrian Cultural Forum through 9/5.

Custom Subway Stop Signs

Custom Subway Stop Signs

Want to make your place really stand out? Try the Subway Series by designer Jeff Mayer of 718 Made In Brooklyn. Available in different colors, sizes and in aluminum or wood frames.

The Noun Project

The Noun Project

The Noun Project was founded to collect, create and celebrate the universal symbols, icons and pictures that we often take for granted. All the symbols on their site are free to download and use.

Yes We’re/Sorry We’re Signs

Yes We’re/Sorry We’re Signs

If the All Occasions Cards don’t cover all your responses, Aesthetic Apparatus’ window signs will be good for the rest. The concept’s not original, but these ones are cheaper and look better.

“Everyone Who Passes” Iron Sign

“Everyone Who Passes” Iron Sign

Welcoming and threatening all at once, this cast iron sign adds a touch of humor and charm to any door or wall. It will be equally at home in a bar or on the entrance to your house.

Fun with Costco

Fun with Costco

If you’ve ever shopped at Costco, you’re familiar with those non-descript price tags on the shelves. Rob Cockerham coordinated a prank to swap them out with some slightly more entertaining ones.

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