Sign Salad Loves December 2017
As the Coca-Cola trucks roll over the hill with their cargo of saccharine joy, it’s time for our round-up of what we’ve been reading in the signs over the last month…
While The Washington Post looks at the gadgets that will transform the kitchen of the future, Eater considers just what the concept of a ‘Kitchen of the Future’ actually tells us about its present.
Fusing the traditional and the digital, Amazon launches a “#sellerbration” of online storeholders in India.
Gastronomy hits peak experience with Eataly World, the world’s largest “agri-food park” opening on the outskirts of Bologna.
Vogue proposes some of the key signifiers of being “British” in tribute to Edward Enninful’s first issue as editor-in-chief.
And finally… as the government debates reopening lost railway branch lines, this 1963 documentary sees Sir John Betjeman poetically lamenting the impending swing of Beeching’s axe.