It’s been a great year for signage. Here’s why.

Talented designers continue to push the boundaries of signage.

Creative teams challenged us this year with designs that ride the line between branding and art.

Broadening horizons

Your wild ideas allowed us to push boundaries in our capabilities, materials, and designs.

From brazing brass to programming Arduino controllers, the signs of 2019 raised the bar!

Illuminated, neon-style jellyfish on moss wall at the office of Benchling, a San Francisco based company working on a unified platform to accelerate, measure, and forecast R&D from discovery through bioprocessing.
Red circular blade sign with white script for Milkbomb, a sweet stop for donut ice cream sandwiches.
Full wall installation with dark wood and an illuminated, built-in logo for the San Francisco lobby of Indio, a company that simplifies the insurance application process for brokers and their clients.
Holographic a-frame/sidewalk sign with whiteboard for Lacquerbar, an urban modern nail salon and online beauty brand headquartered in Berkeley, CA.
Slat wood divider wall installation for Flexport, a freight forwarding and customs brokerage company based in San Francisco, California.
Black dimensional letters on wall listing various languages for the San Francisco office of Roostify, an integrated digital mortgage software platform.
Slack Lobby Sign Process
Slack lobby sign - cutting
Illuminated, light wood freestanding panel sign for Thumbtack's special events around the country.

Voted most popular? Living walls and moss signage.

Who spilled the plant food? 2019 was all about bringing life into your workspaces. We certainly earned our green thumbs this year.

Coming in a close second were brass signs and neon signs.

Seeing smiles is what makes us come to work every day.

The gleeful feeling that people get when they cap off their space with a new sign is infectious, even through social media. Keep ’em coming!

Living wall with wood logo at the Zendesk headquarters in San Francisco
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Faux boxwood sign with white script text for Paint & Petals, a California-based housewares collection created from Bridgette Thornton’s hand-painted designs.
Light wood sign for Allbirds, a San Francisco-based direct-to-consumer startup aimed at designing environmentally friendly footwear.

It has been an incredible year.

In the past twelve months, we’ve added new faces, introduced new techniques, and turned piles of napkins sketches into reality—all to serve our customers better.

From the bottom of our heart: thank you.