Brushing Up on Sign Design

Steve Avery, co-owner and chief designer at Avery Brothers Sign Company in Sioux City, Iowa, knows that the sign his company recently created for a local dental practice works. In addition to just simply looking at it, he can also tell because lots of...

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New Simpo Sign II®
The Simpo Sign II® from Plasticade® has been redesigned with all of the company’s most popular design features. It holds two signs—22-by-28 inches—and has Plasticade’s patented Quick-Change™ feature. The new grabber hinge holds a sign rider and keeps... Read More
The Advantages of On-premise Signage
It’s long been understood that signs can drive business. New and republished research shows just how it can influence sales, hiring, and a community’s tax base. According to recent studies published by the Signage Foundation Inc.: * Changing signage... Read More
The “Best” Type of Warning
Gary Johnson, owner of The Great American Sign Company in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, has created a number of award-winning dimensional signs over his fair share of years in the industry, and he keeps adding to this total. His recent dimensional sign work... Read More
An Education in Identity
When it came time for schools across the country to head back into session, one sign company had to "brush up" on its brushed aluminum education to complete a build-and-install monument project. Horry Georgetown Technical College is a two-year college... Read More
A Pride-Filled Welcome
If you find yourself traveling around East Texas and come across the city of Lufkin (population: 35,000-plus), you’ll really know you’ve arrived, thanks to the recent build-and-install of six distinctive 500-plus-pound entry signs. But these aren’t just... Read More

New Blog Dedicated to Foam Monuments
Peachtree City Foamcraft is ready to meet industry demands head on by going viral with foam monument news. On January 1st, 2011 Peachtree City Foamcraft officially launched its new Foam Monument Blog: “The focus of the blog is... Read More



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