Rotting London grocery store sign

Today in my ongoing series of photos from my travels over the years: a peeling sign from the Islington Sainsbury's grocery store in London, warning shoppers to avoid entrepreneurial kids doing freelance shopping-cart distribution and pocketing the pound-coins used to release the cars from their pack-mule chains. The way that the sign is peeling makes the undistinguished typography look like the cover of a hipster zine -- and the text is a simple object lesson in the dynamics of security.