Top 10 Signs of Winter 2019

We’ve shipped more than 305 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 a sign that defies gravity, 39 lbs of solid bronze, and a jumbo sign containing perfectly placed perforations challenged us in more ways than one.

10. An interactive piece that drives traffic

Adding depth and texture to their sign invites people to interact with this tradeshow sign—and hopefully, start a conversation. See project »

Dimensional large grey and white freestanding tradeshow floor sign for Cheeba Chews, makers of cannabis-infused edibles.

9. An illuminated sign that goes with you

This simple sign is hefty enough to look like a permanent fixture, but can be moved in an instant. See project »

Custom wood and painted lightbox sign for Infuse, a San Francisco based full-service design and software development agency.
Custom wood and painted lightbox sign for Infuse, a San Francisco based full-service design and software development agency.

8. Signage that elevates a space

A beautiful slab of solid walnut can instantly elevate the look and feel of a space. See project »

Large solid walnut and white acrylic illuminated sign for Columbia Church, a church in Richland, WA.
Large solid walnut and white acrylic illuminated sign for Columbia Church, a church in Richland, WA.

7. A sign that changes daily

A changeable sign allows edits to a menu, schedule, or announcement at a moment’s notice. See project »

Wood message board with rails and clear letters for the office of Thunkable, a cross-platform app builder that enables anyone to build their own native mobile apps.
Wood message board with rails and clear letters for the office of Thunkable, a cross-platform app builder that enables anyone to build their own native mobile apps.

6. A sign for every office location around the world.

Each sign in this series featured a different city skyline, representing the city where the office is located. See project »

Layered, painted acrylic signs for ThriveHive, a Massachusetts-based firm known for its award-winning marketing software designed specifically for small businesses.
Layered, painted acrylic signs for ThriveHive, a Massachusetts-based firm known for its award-winning marketing software designed specifically for small businesses.

5. Gravity-defying signs

These wayfinding signs for Biolite are both eye-catching—and out of the way. See project »

Overhead wood wayfinding signs for Biolite, a New York City based startup that develops and manufactures off-grid energy products for both the outdoor recreational industry and emerging markets.
Overhead wood wayfinding signs for Biolite, a New York City based startup that develops and manufactures off-grid energy products for both the outdoor recreational industry and emerging markets.

4. Breathing life into a space

A cheery illuminated sign and a burst of bright greenery breathes life into this space. See project »

Illuminated, white halo-lit sign on white wall for Button
Illuminated, white halo-lit sign on white wall for Button #signsinthewild

3. Going old school

We love our customer’s choice of brass inlay for the artwork, which blends right into their retro interior. See project »

Vintage walnut and inlaid-brass style sign for Nexus Club, a private social and business club in New York.
Vintage walnut and inlaid-brass style sign for Nexus Club, a private social and business club in New York.

2. (Not) hitting a brick wall

Wires are almost always hidden behind drywall for illuminated signs—but a brick wall didn’t stop our customer. While the wires are visible, they’re designed to be as minimal as possible. See project »

Illuminated, painted blue sign on brick conference room wall for Spotinst, a San Francisco company that creates intelligent workload software.
Illuminated, painted blue sign on brick conference room wall for Spotinst, a San Francisco company that creates intelligent workload software.

1. 39 pounds of pure, solid bronze

There’s nothing quite like the classic look (or massive weight) of solid bronze. See project »

Retro, brass colored sign made from brushed, solid bronze for The Wing, a co-working space in Los Angeles.
Retro, brass colored sign made from brushed, solid bronze for The Wing, a co-working space in Los Angeles.
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