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Signs of the Times Editor
Facing I-79, the main expressway in the area, the silos serve as the perfect signage backdrop for visitors to the residential and entertainment complex.

Pull Together

Laura Peters
Mega-muralist Eric Henn paints a 16,500-sq.-ft. mural — one stroke at a time.

Big Time

Jeff Russ
Marabu Coatings

Marabu Introduces ClearShield Anti-Graffiti

Signs of the Times Editor
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
All Signs Inc. (Gulfport, MS) uses the annual Mardi Gras extravaganza as a chance to go bigger and better with their laser-engraved foamboard signs for the celebration’s maid and duke party rooms. Photos courtesy of Michael G. Hage.

Laser’s Edge

Elizabeth A. Lowry
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
Brooklyn’s Noble Signs turns to handpainted paper signage during pandemic.

A Helping Hand

Grant Freking
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