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This 70-ft.-tall pole sign was modeled after a Gibson guitar neck, with the guitar head painted with a faux wood-grain finish. The main neck is a .090-in.-thick aluminum body with aluminum square-tube framing. The main channel letters have red plex faces with interior red LED modules, and the drumsticks are 12-in. diameter aluminum tubes painted with a faux wood-grain finish.

Fabricators

  • Superior Electrical Advertising
  • Long Beach, CA
  • superiorsigns.com
  • Tom Feist, Steve Feist

Designers

  • Peter Lee, Mike Miller

Client

  • Rock & Brews

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This three-sided gateway pylon sign for the City of Fort Wayne features frontlit and reverse-lit letters, animated water elements (representing Fort Wayne’s three rivers) and a perforated aluminum pylon skin that appears as brushed aluminum during the day and glows blue at night.

Fabricator and Designer

Client

  • City of Fort Wayne

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A project that required nearly a year of design, engineering, permitting and prototyping prior to installation, this wide-ranging sign package included ADA signs, as well as signage for a garage, monuments and the wall decoration (pictured).

Fabricators

  • Clear Sign & Design
  • San Marcos, CA
  • clearsigns.com
  • Seth Long, Rey Cooper, Adam Solorio

Designers

  • Lisa Bennett, Paul Nangle, Taylor Loyd

Client

  • Ideal Capital Group

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