Buchstaben Museum in Berlin is perfect for people, like me, who love typography and old street signs. With globalization and corporate-whoredom ruining everything, many traditional family-run businesses and mom-and-pop stores are disappearing from the landscape, replaced with mediocrity and blandness. Where once a street was covered with eyecatching signs, usually neon, now such sights are a rare occurrence. Founded in 2005, the Museum of Letters rescued these threatened signs from public spaces around the world, with the intention to restore and exhibit them. I think I already wrote about this place, but I’ve been running this blog for a long time now and I’m too lazy to search the archive so it is what it is. If anything, it proves I really am repeating myself as I have come to suspect. Well, here’s to cool, old signs!