These are somewhat relevant and/or visually interesting sites that you might enjoy visiting:
Aphabet Soup Type Founders – Home of Michael Doret’s beautiful, vintage-inspired typefaces of exquisite aesthetic and technical qualities.
The Collectors Weekly – Vintage Vinyl Records are just a start to the riches found on this website.
Adbusters – Culture Jammers Extraordiaire.
Brands of the World – Formerly “LogoType Free.” A website with over 80k company and product logos available for download.
American Sign Museum – Great resource with historical sign exhibits.
Roadside Art Online – An even more obsessive gallery of signage.
Ban Comic Sans – Just do it.
Ruavista – Signs of the City – An amazing collection of urban visuals.
Rockin’ Country Style Label Shots – An unreal collection of 45 labels.
Art Crimes – This is why I won’t need to do a graffiti exhibit.
ASCII Type Generator – Create retro tag lines for your email.
BSN’s Album Discographies – I bow in humble submission.
04 – Yuji Oshimoto’s incredibly small yet readable world.
Fotki.com – It’s like finding hundreds of other people’s photo albums.
Acid Fonts – lots of great Freeware/shareware fonts.
Pixbarn – fun collection of packaging. Check out the Deck O’Junk exhibit.
NetBaby – You must see this. It is truly bizarre.
Lantor 3D images – Like the Cracker Jack toys, only better.
ADLAND – Frank discussions about advertising. Worth checking out.
Jeff O’s Retro Music – 50’s Songs You Never Heard! New Original Oldies Doo Wop, 50’s Rock & Rockabilly Mp3’s.
Stereo Type Haus – An independent type foundry featuring some well-crafted faces. Check out their Stereobitz dingbat font.
Paramaribo, Surinam – The disappearing art of handpainted signs.
Wooster Collective – A Celebration of Street Art
Craig Atkinson – A rather peculiar individual.
Lucky Find Gazette – A treasure trove for the obsessed collector. Well done!
And more to come…