A Do Not Disturb sign from Kenya
As a management trainer for the International Labour Organization of the United Nations, Edoardo Flores has traveled extensively to meetings and conventions around the world. While on the road, Flores, who lives in Turin, Italy, picked up an unusual hobby: He collects hotel “Do Not Disturb” signs. “I might never have started this collection if I had not done so much traveling for work,” he says. Since 1995 he has collected more than 7,200 different “Do Not ...
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