I've had some emails asking about one of the most popular brick ghost signs, and that would be COCA-COLA. Since the sign painters for Coca-Cola often left some of the brick exposed, this makes Coca-Cola one of the easiest signs to make as a ghost sign. The hardest part as I mentioned above, is matching the COLOR of your printed brick to the color of the brick in your building. Once this step has been mastered, the rest is a cake-walk. Remember ghost signs look more realistic if they cover the entire area side to side. Below is one I did with a Dutch Boy rusted simulated tin sign.
Thanks for looking,
This could come handy for people wanting to do "barn" signs that have faded over time. I so badly wanted to model a barn on my layout to include this painted on the side in a ghost pattern (from the early 30s) but didn't have the room to model one correctly. But I badly wanted to do exactly this as there were lots of these in the area I model, well into my youth, all painted during the 30s and 40s: