#361: Nantucket Signmaking

To make a readable sign,
you have to have contrast:
Say you’re running for Board of Selectman,
as my son Tobias is doing,
and you plan to spend a lot of time campaigning outside
the Stop and Shop in the evening,
It would be best to print your scallop shell logo
and name in black on white paper,
so your button will show:
Classy.
But if it’s a mailbox you’re painting for a shop:
White on black is better.
Campaigning and consigning and repainting
are all perfect activities for March.
Just don’t get too busy to let in the cat.
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5 responses

  1. I like your sign painting instruction and the importance of contrast.I adore your last instruction. lol Your cat looks totally miffed. Bless his heart. :)Thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving me a comment, It gave me this opportunity to enjoy visiting your blog. 🙂

  2. hehe poor cat does not look to happy to be out in the snow. Great shots.

  3. Great and different post, very nice pictures..well caught. 😉

  4. Great tips! Cat doesn't look pleased!

  5. Interesting post you have here my friend 🙂

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