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Leave a Lasting Impression.... A new sign or banner will join thousands of others along roadways, on vehicles and gracing the lawns and doors of business districts across the country. And chances are, you'll have only a moment to persuade the potential client. Represent your trade with a design that commits itself to memory - a design that stands alone. These photos are just a small sampling of 20 years making signs.


Sandblasted redwood or cedar signs are three dimensional exposing the rustic grain natural in the wood. They are stained and painted, giving the sign a rustic but classy look.

High Density Urethane or HDU can also be sandblasted for a 3D look or carved into 3D objects and attached to a sign. The surface when blasted looks like exposed aggregate giving the sign a more modern feel.(See the photo example directly below). Both types of sandblasted signs are more labor intensive and the materials are more expensive but well worth the classy look.

Two dimensional or flat signs use substrates such as painted aluminum clad, smooth faced plywood, plastics, banner vinyl, magnetics and foamboard. The background is ordered in a color, painted or has vinyl applied. Letters are painted, applied in vinyl or in digital graphics. A 3D illusion can be created by shadowing an image or the letters.

Architectural signs can involve dimensional lumber, dimensional letters, various metals or 3D carvings, and are usually layered to create a dimensional effect. Changeable copy signs are usually attached to the sign body.

Real estate type or sidewalk signs can be used to advertise a temporary message or a job site advertisement and come with a variety of frames to suit your needs.

Vehicle, boat or window graphics are applied in vinyl letters, digital graphics or hand painted.

We enjoy the occasional custom project such as blasting into rock or granite for that unique personal sign.


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