Top 10 Signs, Sixth Edition: Imported silk, avocados, and eighty years of rust

We’ve shipped a whopping number of signs in the last 12 weeks, but here are the top ten designs from our customers that pushed the limits.

Read on to see how we incorporated imported silk, avocados, and eighty years of rust in our latest roundup of signs.


1. Construction site

Installed and ready: bold signs to welcome the team back, post-COVID. Sign for Fieldwire »

Dimensional black reception wall and desk sign for the San Francisco lobby of Fieldwire, a company creating a construction field management platform designed for the jobsite.

Dimensional black reception wall and desk sign for the San Francisco lobby of Fieldwire, a company creating a construction field management platform designed for the jobsite.


2. Donut Run

So, we’re a little jelly this sign is heading to Hawaii. Sign for Holey Grail Donuts »

Patinated, retro brass sign for Holey Grail, a donut shop based in Hawaii.

Patinated, retro brass sign for Holey Grail, a donut shop based in Hawaii.


3. Neon lights

Making these signs guac’d our world. Avocado and San Francisco signs for Meltwater »

Pink script LED neon sign on clear backer for the San Francisco office of Meltwater, a software as a service company that develops and markets media monitoring and business intelligence software.

Pink script LED neon sign on clear backer for the San Francisco office of Meltwater, a software as a service company that develops and markets media monitoring and business intelligence software.


4. Heavy metal

Faux copper: big on style, easier on the wallet. Sign for BZippy »

Brushed copper style cutout logo for Bzippy & Co, a design line by LA-based artist Bari Ziperstein.

Brushed copper style cutout logo for Bzippy & Co, a design line by LA-based artist Bari Ziperstein.


5. Good as gold

Who knew a polished brass sign would go hand in hand with a purple silk wall? Sign for Tatcha »

Solid polished brass sign on purple silk wall for the lobby at Tatcha, a company that creates luxury Japanese beauty products.


6. Ramping up

Up, up, and away! Sign for Ramp »

Illuminated, freestanding green triangle and black letters for Ramp, a technology company building the next generation corporate card to save businesses money.

Illuminated, freestanding green triangle and black letters for Ramp, a technology company building the next generation corporate card to save businesses money.

Illuminated, freestanding green triangle and black letters for Ramp, a technology company building the next generation corporate card to save businesses money.

Illuminated, freestanding green triangle and black letters for Ramp, a technology company building the next generation corporate card to save businesses money.


7. Name dropping

For when you get promoted from assistant TO the regional manager to assistant regional manager. Changeable room signs for Community Tissue Services »

Wood ADA signs with braille and changeable nameplates for the expansion of Community Tissue Services, a partner for quality and customer-focused biologic solutions.

Wood ADA signs with braille and changeable nameplates for the expansion of Community Tissue Services, a partner for quality and customer-focused biologic solutions.


8. Uneven bars

An eye-catching divider wall makes not having a reception area for your office entrance a good thing. Divider wall for Asana »


9. Sound waves

Guess where this is shipping to? Hint: it’s in the sign! Sign for Estes Audiology »

Solid walnut sign with engraved and inlaid logo for Estes Audiology, one of the largest independent hearing device practices in the Texas Hill Country.

Solid walnut sign with engraved and inlaid logo for Estes Audiology, one of the largest independent hearing device practices in the Texas Hill Country.


10. Decking out

Did we faux age these letters or go deep sea diving for them? The Manship Deck at the USS Kidd »

Faux rusty metal letters for the USS Kidd Veterans Museum in Baton Rouge, LA.

Faux rusty metal letters for the USS Kidd Veterans Museum in Baton Rouge, LA.

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