Pickle Sign in the Big Apple

Noble Signs uses the past as inspiration for signage for pickle-focused restaurant.
Noble Signs uses the past as inspiration for signage for pickle-focused restaurant.

Noble Signs (Brooklyn, NY), a design studio that focuses on custom, handmade signage and floor-to-ceiling brand and storefront design, recently completed this sign for Diller, a pickle-focused restaurant in New York City.

Noble’s design inspiration came from 1930’s Coney Island, Silly Symphonies-era cartoons and early fast food advertising. Noble fabricated the sign, which features split-color custom channel letters with incandescent marquee bulbs, and also hand-painted the bear, the script lettering and other details of the sign.

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