Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Signs @ Intramuros

"The Crazy Nun"

Old and new store signs I spotted along Plaza San Luis across the San Agustin Church in Intramuros.  

La Monja Loca (The Crazy Nun) is a few years old,  a store "dedicated to the promotion of all things good and all things Filipino, from vintage postcards and traditional handicrafts", according to its website.  They also sell rare books, traditionally-woven fabrics, paintings of local artists and a bunch of quirky things.

Next door is The Papier Tole Shop---one of the oldest shops in Intramuros selling recycled paper products from dolls to 3-D paintings.

Linking to Lesley's Signs, Signs


Pat said...

I went to a Catholic grade school, and believe me, I experience a crazy nun or two! Clever name for a shop.....kinda catchy, you know?

Photo Cache said...

love the names of the stores. i'd be browsing if i were there, did you?

RedPat said...

Crazy name for a shop!

genie said...

I LOVE "The Crazy Nun" sign. I went to a girl's Dominican boarding school with lots of them. They left a permanent impression on me :-( Then there were the wonderful ones that impacted my life so positively. Great signs this week. genie

Lindy said...

Cute signs and the store items sound interesting.


Kranky Granny said...

Yes, I have know a few nun's in my day that I would -- shall we say, were a bit eccentric. But, I fear the nun's of my school days would have found this sign a bit blasphemous. Especially, located across from a church.

I however see the humor in it and think it is cute.

EG CameraGirl said...

I always enjoy browsing shops that feature native arts.