John Margolies was an art historian and critic who traveled America and took photos of signs he saw along the side of the road. His collection, almost 40 years’ worth of work, was purchased and donated to the Library of Congress, who digitized the negatives and have now lifted all copyright restrictions on the photos.

As a student of design and a fellow enthusiast, this is like a bucket of dopamine injected straight into my cerebral cortex.

Date posted: August 30, 2019 | Filed under art/design, photography, shortlinks | Leave a Comment »

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