This diagram that shows you how to do your tie in three different ways has to be the best bit of DIY information I have ever seen in the street. I mean, there is no excuse for a shabby tie in Reykjavik with this kind of street information service.
Gentlemen’s graffiti should be like a public educational service in all major cities of commercial ambition alongside how to brush your hair and press your suit. If you want to be a businessman, you will have to look like one.
"Go down and learn how to tie your tie properly," you can imagine parents saying to their kids. I love it.
This piece of graffiti was spotted by a photographer on a trip to Reykjavik; sadly the artist is unknown, but what a genius.
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