Tuesday, 3 May 2011

Cafe Omer


Cafe Omer is in Comber Street, Paddington, off Oxford Street where the Three Weeds pub is. It prides itself on the quality of its coffee. However, being about 100m down on the left, it needs to be 'in-yer-face' with the identification. So this sign is on the corner. It changes regularly.

14 comments:

uncertainhorizon said...

I would love to see what it changes to. I believe it is art in itself! really cool!

brattcat said...

I agree with uncertainhorizon. This is bold and tantalizing. Who could resist?

rachel said...

What bright colors and fun design! It would definitely draw my attention!

Ann said...

I like that.

Kay L. Davies said...

Gorgeous! I love that there's only one leg showing.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Wow, that would definitely get your attention, popping colours, and you said the magic word Julie, 'coffee', will have to have one now.

Best wishes
Grace

J Bar said...

There's an Antique showroom in a warehouse in Alexandria that has new promos and artwork on the exterior almost every week.

Joan Elizabeth said...

I like the one legged stance. Simple but eye catching.

Joe said...

What a clever idea to promote the Cafe.

diane b said...

I like clear signs like this and painted too.

Julie said...

Yep, Diane, painted. None of this plastic sticker junk in Paddo!!

Thérèse said...

"Net et précis" diraient les français!

Julie said...

Thank you, Thérèse, I shall store that away in my head.

'être clair, net et précis' - to be clear, concise and accurate.

Jilly said...

Love the simplicity of this. One day, when it's old and worn (unless it gets changed as you suggest) it will be sought after by photographers and we seek out those faded shop signs on old walls.