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Design of the Week | Pierce Cleaners



A Columbus art exhibit in its own right, Pierce Cleaners has retro signage that displays nothing about dry cleaning or laundry, but a weekly pun. A dry cleaner with this kind of tenacity and humor is a place I'd throw my money at. All pictures below are screen shots from Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib's Instagram account. He's made me a believer in Pierce Cleaners.

I mean, check out this line break

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and this perfect pun

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...

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a beacon in the night

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this is everything

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Posted by Brett Gregory on 01 February, 2017 Columbus, Design of the Week, Ohio, Pierce Cleaners | 0 comments
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