Amanda and Rusty Gibbs of Gibbs Graphics repeat as winners in the sixth annual signmaking contest.
Entrants in this annual signmaking competition discuss how they constructed their sign, how they brought their ideas to life, why they participated and more.
Small routed signs carry significant meaning.
RiNo Sign Works (Lakwood, CO) & Amigo Arts (Monroe, WA) share first place.
Best of Show winner Timber Signs constructed routed, spray-coated signs with a hand-carved “Kraken” and gilded lettering.
This racing boat received eight full 75-ft. rolls of silver and red chrome wrap film.
Creative Sign Designs (Tampa, FL) constructed a multi-layered, hand-carved piece with a custom-fabricated gator head.
KAP Signs (Dayton, OH) turned heads with a double-face internally illuminated sign with push-through letters and logo.
Wagner Electric Sign Co. incorporated local flowers and architectural accents for the Lexington Opera House.
Megamark (Montreuil, France) designed and fabricated more than 150 vehicles featuring oversized images of fruits and vegetables.