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 on the ground of a thrift store.
Both texts are set in all caps in Oswald Cooper’s Cooper Black. The lettering on the banner is based on the regular weight, with a nice flat-top interpretation of the G, different E's and different angles for the O's. For the prayer, partly hidden behind a statue of Michael conquering an offensively negroid-looking devil, the Italic weight is set so tight that some of the word spaces seem to have disappeared.