Top 10 Signs, Twelfth Edition: Retro Neon, Live Plants, and Chrome Car Wrap

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

Read on to see how we made signs involving retro neon, live plants, and chrome car wrap in our latest roundup of signs.

1. Top secret

A minimal sign for a Michelin star restaurant, tucked secretly behind a gallery.

Modern, illuminated brass lightbox sign at the exterior of Frevo, a Michelin star restaurant tucked behind a gallery.

2. Chasing Rainbows

Bringing all the brand colors IRL. Signs for Solana »

ADA room signs with back-printed gradient background for Solana Labs, a New York based technology company that builds products and tools for a blockchain platform.

3. Hint of Lime

POV: Everyone likes the sign so much you get the *exact* same thing again. Sign for Delinea »

Extra thick, bold, neon green sign on charcoal painted wall in the lobby of Delinea, a software company in Redwood City, CA.

4. Gold Standard

All gold everything for America’s oldest rare coin auction house. Sign for Stack’s Bowers »

Gold letters on black awning for Stack's Bowers Galleries, an auction house in Boston, MA.

5. Mirror effect

Kicking the logo’s gradient effect up one notch with blue chrome. Sign for Maximum Games »

Blue chrome logo on freestanding white wall in the lobby of Maximum Games, a video game publisher based in Walnut Creek, CA.

6. Shopping Around

21 shopping center signs, all made perfectly the same. Sign for Madison Marketplace »

Overhead custom retail blade signs with changeable faces for Madison Marketplace, a shopping center in Fair Oaks, CA.

7. Coffee Break

Not sure what’s better—how the menus and sign turned out, or getting fed life-changing noms from the nice folks at SPRO. SPRO counter sign »

Illuminated, edge-lit, bold red sign on coffee bar counter at SPRO, a cafe in San Francisco offering espresso drinks, mocktails and eats.

8. Green Light

? Green on green. Illuminated sign for Prolific Machines »

Green neon-style LED sign on living wall for Prolific Machines, a biotech company in Emeryville, CA.

9. Art installation

Artifacts from company history takes center stage. Art displays for Playstudios »

Custom painted, removable wall inset boxes to display company memorabilia for the San Francisco office of Playstudios, a developer of casual games for mobile and social platforms.

10. Glow up

When a subtle glow hits just right. Illuminated lobby sign for Logitech »

Clean and modern white edge-lit dimensional logo on dark wood wall at the San Jose headquarters of Logitech, a multinational manufacturer of computer peripherals and software.
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