Posts tagged with ‘Seattle’

  • Blurbomat - Jon Armstrong - Turkish - 2012, city, late summer, neon, pike place, pike place market, seattle, signage, travel, type, Jon Armstrong blog, blurbomat.com, Jon Armstrong Photography
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    Turkish!

    A neon sign in Seattle and I gush about my oldest daughter. So proud of her!

  • Fresh by Jon Armstrong.
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    Fresh

    Juxtaposition ensues.

  • Geek by Jon Armstrong.
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    Geek

    Missing letters on signs = good times.

  • Almost Autumn by Jon Armstrong.
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    Almost Autumn

    The leaves have begun to take over my psyche. No yellow gold leaves today. Just red. The color of BLOOOOOOOOOOD.…

  • A stunning sunset outside of Seattle, Washington. Credit: Jon Armstrong
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    Northwest Setting

    What do a sunset and a panel have to do with each other? Not one thing. Attribute this to brain…

  • eleven-thirty-three by Jon Armstrong.
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    Eleven Thirty-Three

    Shot of an exterior art deco wall clock on Seattle's F.W. Woolworth building & some Michael Graves link action

  • Overhead shot of Seattle, Washington
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    Flying Early

    Seattle skyline from the plane. Lovely.

  • Street level photo in downtown Seattle, Washington of second and third story windows. The upper window is boarded up with plywood separated by a stone carved ornamental detail. The lower window has the word
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    Herb

    Ironic urban graffiti from Seattle, a street version of "I'm with Stupid"?

  • front-loaded by Jon Armstrong.
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    Front Loaded

    Freaky funny Northwest yard art featuring vintage toys from the 1970s. Tonka should be stoked about this installation.

  • photo of a street sign at Pike and Pine in Seattle, Washington taken by Jon Armstrong.
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    Pike Place & Pine Street

    Gritty urban texture, important subcultural touchstones and a great Tom Waits song.

  • get-out-while-you-can by Jon Armstrong.
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    Get Out Before the Fire

    Downtown fire escape taken in Seattle. Look at that sky! Nary a cloud.