The Sign Painter
She is currently working on her third book about a pioneer show-woman, Mimi Garneau. Sign Painters, the book, was published by Princeton Architectural Press in November features a foreword by legendary artist and former sign painter Ed Ruscha.
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Each billboard has only one word, ArrowStar, and a picture of a lady. The boy is good at painting the artwork, but dreams to paint more, even just one cloud.
The man stays true to what he was paid to do and tells the boy that they should not paint anything more. The monotonous job of painting the same billboard carries on until finally they have one left. But a dust storm comes, and they spend a night finding safety in their truck.
The next day, they head to their last billboard to find it broken by the storm. While they are debating what to do, a car zooms past them, barely missing the man.
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Wondering who the lady in the car is and why she was in the desert, the man and the boy head onward toward a giant structure. As they approach, they find it to be a giant roller coaster, along with a cluster of houses situated on a rock.
The man and the boy investigate. They hear the voice of a man in a white suit nearby. The white suit man is talking about his dream, the roller coaster, and how he will advertise to attract people to come to his park.
The man says that dreams can come in all sizes and then asks the boy to continue working with him. Suddenly the painter appeared at the door of the studio and made staccato signs for them to come in. Tell your other friend to get his head painted for the sign of some public-house, and to get it done by a sign-painter.
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These two points accomplished, he went in search of the painter who was to paint the sign; and he was soon found. They swore in the sign-painter's boy, told him the scheme, and asked his help. No sign of those strange menacing figures, the drunken painter, the sinister, smiling Hogg; every one as usual. It is not the road in which to find a fortune; but still, the very sign-painters live somehow, I suppose. The travelling sign-painter who was repainting the sign of the "Cauliflower" was enjoying a well-earned respite from his labours.
He wrote kindly, signing himself "yours respectfully," which amused the young painter.