I love this. great perspective and color. I just adore city scapes
This is so good and so funny. Those abandoned warehouses. display a beautiful number, 1-800-eat cake, and the letters the old railroad cars spell for the way to Harry's Cake shop, this area is cake heaven. So creative, very sharp take on the theme!
Cool design, really interesting. nice idea!
Abandoned warehouses with Cake advertisements remind the locals of what used to be. The stories are told about Harry's cake shop that had the best sweets in town. Now all they are left with are sweet memories.
Made me think of Marie Antoinette's apocryphal saying, "Let them eat cake!"Really nice concept, I like.;-)BTW, thanks for comin' to visit my "patriotic" mash-up...
Very nice. I like the variety in your illio style. Nice perspective and a funny illio as well!
This is so fun!I love the call sign.
Well, this is certainly a different approach! Harry has put some serious cash into advertising, I hope it works for him! ;-)
This is so fun! Different and creative, great!
Hey-do they deliver? Great idea. Cheers!
I guess we;re not going to miss Harry's Cake Shop! This makes me thin k of theose undisovered wonderful places in the "bad: part of town...I'll bet Harry's got the best cake! This is a really creative illo:>
I love the perspective Micheal and I like the way the cake shop takes up the whole block! It has a humourous edge to it and it is wonderfully executed! Great work!!!
i love your color choices and sense of humor with this most original take on the topic.
Harry's got a better line on advertising than those old 'Barbasol' signs. 'Let's stop by Harry's for some cake... now, if I could just remember where his shop was--... oh, yeah, just around that corner!' Way cool.
Ah, yes, second Avenue. The cake district. Harry seems to have done well for himself!
Man, I want to live on that block just for the tasty cake fumes.
Very cool! AND I love your avatar. That yellow is lushious.Smooch,The Tart; )
I think Harry is a master of advertising. Well done illo!
love the cotton candy colors...very childhood summertime.