Dimensional Letters

The 2020 State of the Industry Report

The 2020 State of the Industry Report

Mark Kissling
Signs Plus (Bellingham, WA) designed, fabricated and installed this channel letter project for Care Medical Group.

Channeling Progression

Sean McMahon
Don Bell Signs created a monument sign that included a custom, scaled-down cutout of a nearby vintage steamboat.

A Spectrum of Monument Signs

Kaitlin Winchester
The canopy sign uses red-painted, open-face channel letters that matched the red (Pantone 179 C) of the FlexiBRITE tubing.

Dramatic Flare

Laura Peters
Anchor Sign & Awning (Cincinnati) created a more contemporary sign for local Tostados Grill out of channel letters attached to a new metal awning. Photo by Jeff Russ.

Malleable Materials

Elizabeth A. Lowry
General Sign Co. (Sheffield, AL), Image360, Cincinnati-Blue Ash (Blue Ash, OH) and FASTSIGNS of Waukesha (WI) discuss dimensional letter signage projects.

Off the Wall

Kaitlin Winchester
ARTfx (Bloomfield, CT) designed and fabricated this sign using techniques to maximize its brightness, while still maintaining a warm and natural quality to the light.

A Beacon of Sign Knowledge

Lawrin Rosen
YESCO (Phoenix), The Sign Post (Bellingham, WA) and Atlantic Sign Media (Burlington, NC) produce three enormously engaging electronic message centers.

Digital Displays That Dazzle

Elizabeth A. Lowry
Signage by Shook Kelley and D|Fab. Photos by 2020 Lawrence Anderson.

Signs Speak Up

Matthew Hall