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What One Sign Company Wants to Say to Customers Looking Too Closely

Such intense study should be saved for museum masterpieces.

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Things you wanted to say to frustrating clients, but didn’t.

“Stop dissecting the sign, please.”

You are buying a sign that people will see for two seconds, from a 30-ft. distance. It’s not the Mona Lisa.

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