These Slang-Covered Signs by Keith Scharwath Make Bold Statements

By: Olivia Gissing - Published: Jun 4, 2011 • References: scharwath & underconsideration
A picture may say a thousand words, but this acronym art only needs to say a few letters to be understood.

Artist Keith Scharwath has created these clever wall signs for Internet lovers and media manics. The collection of signs features slang acronyms which are so commonly used in the Web world that they have become commonplace. Each sign is vibrantly colored and decorated, and each features a different font.

Want to add some opinion to your apartment? These signs make bold statements which won't go ignored. Hang an "LOL" sign or a "WTF" wall piece to generate chuckles. Some of these signs may be obscene, but I can guarantee your grandmother won't understand and will think they're charming.

These Keith Scharwath acronym signs are a sign of a good sense of humor. Stats for Internet Acronym Wall Art Trending: Older & Mild
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