Hundreds of web sites have popped up all over the world, devoted to ghost signs.
They do tend to come and go so if you find one, then let us know.
Ghost Sign Research
- Anthony Malloy
- John Hunter
- Sean Reynolds
- Stefan Schutt
- Stephen Banham
- Ghost Signs Australia – Collect & collate images and history of old advertisin
g signs from the walls of Australia’ s buildings
Ghost Sign Galleries
- TheAge – Melbourne newspaper has a small gallery of ghost signs.
- John Hunter – a fabulous collection of old signs, promotional architecture, neon signs and window signs.
- Fading Victoria – another excellent collection of ageing Victoria
- Google = “ghost signs” – humoungous collection
- melbourne_ghostsigns – Instagram by Sean Reynolds.
- Dublin Ghost Signs – Excellent gallery albeit Ireland
Ghost Sign Followers
- Fading Ad Campaign – Fading ads of New York City
- Find The Radio Book – story behind sign-writing company Lewis & Skinner | Facebook
- ghostsignproject.com – Discover, share and preserve ghost signs all over the world.
- ghostsigns.co.uk – enthusiast, real name Sam, born and bred in London | Facebook
- Ghost Signs Melbourne – walldog is short, dirty and incredibly hairy.
- History of Advertising Trust -free, searchable collection of British ghost signs.
- Our Fading Past – Melbourne’s History In Old Signs
- UK Sign Boards – Forum on advertising
- Wikipedia – about Ghost signs
Some of these are not specifically about ghost signs but do include them: