Comcast, a customer for banners and TV set props for their Sportsnet division, requested us to manufacture and install an outline map of the US and their logo on movable panels in a TV studio in the new Comcast building in
center city Philadelphia.
Crossroads is an architecturally unique property in the heart of Washington Crossing, Bucks County’s prestigious river-front community. A sign was designed that complemented the surroundings to attract clients for the tenants and potential new tenants. This engraved sign is two sided, V-shaped for visibility in both directions.
Camp Harlam is an overnight camp in the Pocono mountains of Pennsylvania. The director pictured, Aaron Selkow, challenged us to create a “campy” look for all the signage on the property. These are a combination of engraved areas and digital prints.
Pictured here is the entrance sign. This sign is one of dozens to identify buildings and locations within Camp Harlam. These are a combination of engraved areas and digital prints. This look appears on directional, number, and street signs as well.
Footmarks, a discount women’s shoe store, is located in Somers Point, NJ. Their building is a landmark accented with a 45 foot long yellow awning. The awning pictured here replaces their original with a more contemporary design. Made in our shop in 3 sections, it was trailered to the site and seamlessly assembled. We have been supplying Footmarks all sorts of promotional signage.
Queen Village Art Center is the second location for this creative owner of Fairmount Art Center. She redeveloped an old building on Bainbridge Street which presented many challenges for this project. This clean, unique sign is the result with its back lighting, push through acrylic multi-color lettering, and a custom painted surface. It is quite a site when viewed at night.
KI (Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel) has many of our signs throughout their large property in suburban Philadelphia. This one is highlighted to show a relatively low cost sign that displays their logo. Known as a pan-faced sign, it is custom painted aluminum with .25” aluminum components that make up their logo. Vinyl lettering is a lower cost option for this type of sign.
Financial Insights occupies a charming building in the historic district on Huntingdon Pike in Huntingdon Valley, PA. I was given the challenge of designing a sign to portray their image of conservative, experienced financial management that will blend with the color scheme of their building. They also requested that I select new roof shingles to tie everything together. They are very happy with the result.
Winnie’s Market, located in the avant garde Manayunk section of Philadelphia, offers a wide range of fare serving lunch and dinner. They also are open for Sunday brunch and dinner as well. This large 11x14” banner is mounted on the wall or a building near their location advertising their catering services. We designed the banner using an image they provided.
Chai Walla Tea Room is located in the picturesque small town, Salisbury, CT adjacent to southern Berkshire County, MA. Their menu features many unique things, especially the Tomato Pie which was featured on Food Network TV. They had a local metal work artist create the tea pot frame and we made the sign to fit. We opted for 1.5” thick custom painted to match their placemats with black vinyl cut lettering.
I call this "The Wall", a 12' wide by 14' high by 24" deep display that conceals a wall art in the Kaiserman JCC lobby. Geoff Lyman, the graphic designer pictured, created the design promoting the Maccabi Games in 2011. It is printed on self-adhesive vinyl which is mounted on carefully prepared sheet rock. From concept to completion, I participated in every step of the production and installation to the delight of everyone at the JCC and Maccabi Games.
Northampton Township contacted me to manufacture
the sign, pictured here, to be installed in a newly built structure at the entrance to their industrial park. They specified vinyl lettering on custom shaped exterior plywood painted in 2 colors with white vinyl lettering and a digital print of their logo.
Victorian Bouquet desired a sign that was distinctive, reflective of their name, and matched the Victorian architecture of their building. The center section with the unicyclist is a digital print while the remaining areas are cut vinyl. Note the unique vinyl treatment of the posts. Although now out of business, this design remains one of my very favorites.
Utilizing the existing stone monument, I designed a new carved sign for the front and restored the address topper. The colors were selected to compliment the stone. Our carved signs are digitally engraved for maximum reflectivity and visibility. Paints are automotive grade for long life and can be customer color matched.
We created this unique 5x8' office directory for lobby of the World Business Campus building. It is offset from the wall with perimeter LED lighting to give a visually floating effect. The background is a digital print laminated to wood. Colors were selected to complement the decor of the interior and tie in with the pylon outdoor sign. The directory slats are aluminum with vinyl lettering and can be easily changed.
I designed a new face with my customer's unique logo for an existing illuminated sign cabinet at their new location in Glenside, PA. All the face decorations are cut vinyl. I use high strength acrylic faces that minimize yellowing
I designed an inexpensive digitally printed coroplast sign to advertise an event at a local Temple. Coroplast is ideal for indoor or outdoor signs (expected life one year or more depending to exposure to the sun and distance from the road). Color reproduction is excellent. I make thousands each year, with 18x24" and 48x96" being the
most popular sizes.
This lighted sign cabinet for a dental office is designed to blend with the colors of the building located in Doylestown, PA. The lower section of the sign face is digitally printed with the upper section in cut vinyl lettering. The 2 digitally printed window decals are applied to the front of the glass. My client loves leaves and wanted to enhance the country look of his office located in a shopping center.
This 14 foot wide double sided illuminated monument sign was in a state is disrepair when I accepted this project. Since not all the required replacement parts were available, some of the existing parts were modified so that the new acrylic faces could be securely installed. The graphics designer of Holt created the layout. Several vinyl colors accurately reproduce logos on the black vinyl background.
Pictured here are dimensional letters custom installed on a masonry wall. This type of lettering can be custom cut to match your logo and is available in a wide variety of metals and plastics in a myriad of colors for both outdoor and indoor applications. Call for more information on this versatile form of signage.
Located near the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this charming brownstone is the home of an art center with a full range of creative programs for adults, families, teens and children! Their main sign is fabric, from our collection of digitally printed material designed for outdoor applications. A digitally printed static cling decal can be seen in the window to catch the eye of walk-by traffic.
This monument sign at 3103 Philmont Avenue, Huntingdon Valley, PA, shown here just after installation the summer of 2007, measures 10 feet wide by 8 feet high and weighs over 1100 pounds. Materials include carved redwood, carved sign foam, vinyl lettering, and digital prints. We designed the "world" logo and a colorful, distinctive sign as requested by our client that would complement the interior decor of his building. The interior signs are also a part of our portfolio.
I designed this carved sign featuring a molded top using sign foam, a high-density polyurethane material, to make shaping possible. The surface mounted plaques allow future changes to the tenant names. The colors were customized to match the trim on my customer's very attractive stone building located just outside the historic district of Huntingdon Valley, PA.
A condominium complex in Manayunk, PA selected us to design and manufacture directional signage that complemented the appearance of the property. The signs are custom painted aluminum to closely match the color of the building with vinyl lettering.