A banner with a question without a question mark (does that make it a rhetorical question?) and a vinyl-lettered prayer on the walls of a small chapel dedicated to Saint Michael the Archangel. Location: on the grounds of the thrift store of Groesbeek, Netherlands.
Both texts are set in all caps in Oswald Cooper’s Cooper Black. The lettering on the banner is based on the regular style, with a nice flat-top interpretation of the G, different E's and different angles for the O's.
The prayer is partly hidden behind a statue of Michael that just conquered an offensively negroid-looking devil. Here, Cooper Black Italic is set so tight that some of the word spaces seem to have disappeared.