TypoTrip – typography on the road


Lovell’s Wharf from Thames Path

Filed under: UK — WoMe @ 9:09

Here’s another one from the old, industrial sites of London, photographed by Toronto Addick.
It can probably still be found at the end of Pelton Road, Greenwich although housing development
may be on its way in these areas. In so far typography is concerned I love these letters for their
straightforward power and drive towards increased legibility – of course slightly consumed by time.




  1. Gone now, I’m afraid:


    Comment by Yersinia pestis — 16.10.2007 @ 14:25

  2. Oh yes – now much better. How clean and modern indeed.

    Comment by Wojtek Mejor — 18.10.2007 @ 0:02

  3. My father painted this sign, and I spent one summer holiday touching it up.

    Comment by Roger Carter — 25.04.2013 @ 13:38

    • Are you serious? Amazing. Could you tell a bit more about it? About your father’s occupation, this particular assignment and your part in it.

      Comment by Wojtek Mejor — 25.04.2013 @ 14:05

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