Signifier and Sign

By Guy T. Look closer. From the makers of Supa (N)IGA.Also similar marker by Rob F. Equally subtle, The place to be seen/Crimestoppers.

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Commended Haiku writer. A lover of The West's Worst. Perth stand-up comedian, photographer and writer.
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24 Responses to Signifier and Sign

  1. The Legend 101 says:

    Where the hell is Booragoon and whats so funny about Risely St i have seen better ones in Bunbury theres Money St and in Morley Perth W.A theres Candy St.

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  2. River Ralphie says:

    TL101, Booragoon? Don’t you mean the great suburb of Booracoon?

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  3. DMc says:

    The second one reminds me of the McDonalds / Dog Pound combo sign that used to be in Maddington, at the intersection of Olga Road and Burslem Drive. Anyone happen to have a pic of that old gem?

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    • Snuff says:

      With the notable exception of Joe Camilleri, what a Worstorama. V Crapi, Frames, Daryl Braithwaite, James Reyne, and Led Zep, Tina Turner and Metallica tribute bands. Urghh.

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  4. Rob F says:

    What’s even worse(t) is when I snapped the Bibra Lake one I didn’t even make the Crimestoppers Connection, I thought it sufficiently worst that Bibra Lake was trying to pass itself off as a place to be seen & calling itself next generation!

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  5. Bartender's Skills with a Manhatten says:

    Are these traffic signs? Road signs? Billboards? Some unholy alliance of all three?

    What are the vertical words referring to–the neighborhood?

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