Yet the prints are in fact not about nothing—they’re about Seinfeld and include some of the greatest, most recognizable quotes from the sitcom’s nine-season run.
According to their website, “We had the sudden urge to encapsulate some of the greatest writing of all time in the style of shop signs from a forgotten time…it practically named itself.” Little is shared about the actual designers behind the series.
The only thing more awesome than the posters in this print series, is the genius name behind it.
Signfeld is a series of typographic posters about, you guessed it, nothing at all.
After seeing Bania’s act, Abby is unimpressed and loses respect for Cynthia, eventually firing her as her mentor. They should call it round tine.” Jerry believes that Kenny Bania is riding his coattails, and that his act is only working because he goes on after Jerry.
Cynthia dumps Bania because of his poor act, and he turns to Jerry for advice, and Jerry agrees to be his mentor. He also begins to date one of Jerry’s ex-girlfriends, Jenna.
However, Bania wants his money back for the suit because it was stained by Kramer’s moisturizer. Bania: Yeah, I’m huge Well, I’ll leave you guys alone. No matter how desperate we are that someday a better self will emerge, with each flicker of the candles on the cake, we know it's not to be, that for the rest of our sad, wretched pathetic lives, this is who we areto the bitter end. They're hanging in there with the chopsticks, aren't they? Bania: I’ll tell you what — you can take me out to dinner sometime. You buy me a meal — you can’t get a better deal than that Kramer: No, you’ll never get a better deal than that. well, except that Jerry buy him a meal in exchange. Reluctantly, Jerry accepts the offer and takes Bania out to eat at Mendy’s, but Bania only orders soup, which he says doesn’t’ count as a meal. Later, while at the coffee shop, Bania joins George and Jerry in a booth and orders a soup and sandwich. Having ordered soup and a sandwich, Jerry feels he has fulfilled his obligation, but Bania disagrees as they didn’t eat in a fancy restaurant like Mendy’s. Jerry, only interested in the ticket, agrees to pay Bania two meals at Mendy’s in exchange for the dry cleaning ticket. Bania unsuccessfully tries to cut Jerry in line at the Soup Nazi’s soup stand, “Jerry, I didn’t know you like soup”.