Portland, Oregon, USA has some of the best typography I've ever seen in a city.
There's loads of good stuff everywhere. I didn't manage to photograph all of it, but here's a small selection.
I liked this too. The best trouser measurement typography I've seen in a long time. Nice big serif numerals. Lovely.
And this. This is great. This explains lots about what's good about America in one simple piece of type.
To most people these fonts would look old fashioned. But they don't, they look great. And they look American, so that makes it relevant. They are classic display faces yet they've been used on a cooker. Fantastic.
The GM logo. GM make cookers? Cool. Imagine if Land Rover made fridges? That's an iconic American brand right there on the side of the cooker, with the logo nice and proud. Simple, fun, bold, good.