Top 10 Signs of Summer 2019

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 living plants, 100lbs of solid brass, and a bloom of jellyfish in our latest roundup of signs.

10. In good health

This sign was made almost completely by our female crew! Check out some sweet behind the scenes action: In the works: A sophisticated lobby sign built to impress

Illuminated wood and metal lobby sign for Collective Health in Lehi, Utah
Illuminated wood and metal lobby sign for Collective Health in Lehi, Utah

9. The price is right

A changeable sign that looks permanent? We got you. See project »

Wood menu with changeable items for Four Barrel, an independent coffee company based in San Francisco.
Wood menu with changeable items for Four Barrel, an independent coffee company based in San Francisco.

8. Light hearted

Facebook approached us with yet another interesting challenge: build signs to gift teams that move around the office. See project »

7. Green thumb

Oh so clever: These plants are individually potted so changing them up is a cinch. See project »

Light wood sign with colored edges on living wall for the lobby of Getaround, an online car sharing or peer-to-peer carsharing service.
Light wood sign with colored edges on living wall for the lobby of Getaround, an online car sharing or peer-to-peer carsharing service.

6. Rise and shine

This solid slab of etched brass weighs upwards of 900 lbs. maybe. It’s heavy. See project »

Classic style, solid brass exterior address sign for Mickey's Fine Pharmacy, a Beverly Hills landmark.

5. Crown jewel

This lobby is full of interesting textures—timber, felt, and moss.  See project »

Moss filled lobby sign for the San Francisco office of Juul, an electronic cigarette company.
Moss filled lobby sign for the San Francisco office of Juul, an electronic cigarette company.

4. An apple a day

We made 3 of these, so that should take care of the doctor this week, right? See project »

Edge lit, full color gradient illuminated event sign for Apple, a headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and online services.
Edge lit, full color gradient illuminated event sign for Apple, a headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software, and online services.

3. Tall timber

This slat wood sign makes the perfect lounge area backdrop. See project »

Solid walnut slat sign with engraved jellyfish for 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.
Solid walnut slat sign with engraved jellyfish for 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.

2. Lightning strikes twice

One might say we’ve become the gods of lightning after making this second sign for Zeus Living. See project »

Illuminated black wood sign with warm light on the atrium wall of Zeus, a San Francisco based company providing beautiful, fully furnished homes for business travelers staying one month or longer.
Illuminated black wood sign with warm light on the atrium wall of Zeus, a San Francisco based company providing beautiful, fully furnished homes for business travelers staying one month or longer.

1. Swimming sea jellies

We love helping our customer’s dreams come to life—and this one really does look like something out of a dream. See project »

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.
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.
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