Pallet Sign “Yes or No?”

By Neokentin

Ask her to prom!

Vintage Lego Bricks Recycled Into Bathroom Sign

By Loisirette

I’m redecorating a bathroom and this is the first decoration, a “bain” sign that I will hang above the tub. These are vintage 1960’s LEGO bricks that I’ve have just […]

Work Sign


A cedar slab, ~WORK~ I spelled out using recycled items from everyday workplaces, hang it in your Man-Cave, at your workstation or anywhere you want to share it. It uses […]

Joker Motorcycle Made From Recycled Pallet

By johng

Made from recycled pallet materials, size is approximately 30inch tall. x 30inch wide.

Signs From Recycled Pallet Wood

By johng

These signs are made from recycled pallet wood.

Wooden Sign

By Neodim

This decorative detail for home interior is made from old wooden board. Board is cleaned and distressed, and painted in orange color. Letters are manually “painted”…

Cancillas Sign

By Neokentin

Cancillas Sign is a piece that I built about one year ago. The sign hung in the Bernal Heights neighborhood in San Francisco Ca. for many decades and has a […]

Decostruzione Xxxiii • Neon

By Neokentin

Fabio Zanino is an italian artist that creates assemblage pieces by deconstructing aged neon/road signs & advertising boards. The resulting abstract forms of reassembled warning and prohibited signage becomes a […]

Laboratory Sign Design

By Neokentin

Computer laboratory signage designed via using electronic waste material for Kadir Has University by product designer Yasemin Artut. The letters have produced by fixing electronic waste material on aluminum floor. […]

Cycle Sign Strap

By Neokentin

Cycle Signs are made from the offcuts of reflective road signs used by Trent Jansen to create his Sign Stools. The reused road signs used to construct the Cycle Signs come […]

Bike Shop Sign

By Neodim

A bicycle shop in Altlandsberg, Germany advertises their goods with a wall of around 120 bikes mounted on the building’s exterior instead of a sign! It’s hard to mistake what […]

Real Estate Signs Shelter

By Neodim

Artist Nick Sayers created this piece above called “To Live”, a shelter created from scrap real estate signs designed to create a statement about homelessness and sustainable building. ++ Recycled […]

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