Brooklyn storefronts sometimes provide lots of laughs. Other times they can be confusing. The majority of the time they just tell you what's going on inside the store. The title of this book falls into the last category of telling you what's inside. Brooklyn Storefronts is a collection of 75 color photographs of storefronts around Brooklyn. We're not talking about Connecticut Muffin or Anne Taylor LOFT, here. Nope. Not even Brooklyn Industries. This book highlights the kinds of storefronts that make us (well, me anyway) sometimes wonder if the owner's talented and "paint inside the lines most of the time" uncle offered to do the signage.
From the photos here, it looks pretty cool. I know I'm getting a copy.