Illuminated Signage

We offer illuminated signs in four distinct styles.

All illuminated signs start at $1,000.

Illuminated wood and painted acrylic sign for Paperlyte, a media production company specializing in live streaming, video, documentary, and commercial content.
Reclaimed barnwood sign with push-through illuminated lettering for Corcoran Caterers, an event catering company serving the Washington DC area.
axius blue illuminated sign
Illuminated, rustic-style, torched wood sign for Magma Creative Studio, a graphic design studio based in Roseville, California.

1. Single Piece Panel Sign

Lights are sandwiched between a front and back panel. Can be plugged into an outlet, powered by a battery, or integrated into your wall.

Illuminated, painted blue sign on brick conference room wall for Spotinst, a San Francisco company that creates intelligent workload software.
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Illuminated rocket logo sign for Liftoff, a company that creates a mobile app optimization marketing platform. Office designed by Knotel, an office space rental agency.
White halo lit illuminated sign for Button, a company that powers mobile partnerships.
Man standing in front of illuminated dropbox sign, made by tinkering monkey

2. Back Lit

This is a multiple piece sign with lights hidden behind each part. Looks great turned on or off. Electrician required for in-wall wiring.

Gratitude post neon style sign with exposed wiring at Dropbox HQ
Gratitude post neon style sign with exposed wiring at Dropbox HQ

3. Face Lit

Your artwork is formed into acrylic shapes that emit light. Works great for neon-style signs. Requires electrician for in-wall wiring.

Backprinted full color lightbox sign with wood frame for Glitch, a browser-based, massively multiplayer online game—eventually becoming Slack.
Backprinted full color lightbox sign with wood frame for Glitch, a browser-based, massively multiplayer online game—eventually becoming Slack.

4. Lightbox

A lightbox sign encapsulated lights in a closed frame, that’s capped with an illuminated panel that lights up your artwork. Can be plugged into an outlet, powered by a battery, or integrated into your wall.