Old signages are hard to come by these days with the influx of newly designed one beckoning customers to try their latest and greatest. But I find Coney Island still has some old signage up its sleeves. You can spot a new sign right away because it doesn’t have that “beach-looking” signs.
Beach-looking signs look like they were hand painted with a wide brush. They can be simple or they can be intricate like hand-lettering art.
Coney Island is also now boasting some beautiful and amazing graffiti work right behind the famous Nathan’s original shop, which is now celebrating 100 years! It’s known as Coney Art Walls.