These are part of an office sign package we created for our client. Two acrylic panel company logo signs and a suite sign by their front door – lobby signs that will certainly spruce up First to Serve’s Los Angeles office’s reception area.
Part of an interior sign package we did for Beatsource, this laser cut acrylic business lobby sign completes their office’s look. Now the tech firm’s Los Angeles branch has a truly slick looking reception area.
First impressions count. That’s why we made this impressive reception sign for Ample. It is comprised of 1.5 inch thick acrylic letters with custom paint splatter to match the Culver City company’s identity. With this, visitors and customers will get a feel for what the brand stands for. Likewise, it makes the place look more presentable. All of these being important aspects for a company in the media industry.
We signmakers have a keen eye for what makes signs great. There are plenty of design techniques we employ to make sure business signs serves it’s main purpose – to catch eyes and promote brands. But that also means we see our fair share of hilarious signs with unintended messaging. Here are a few of our favorites:
Our halo lit lobby sign for Connexity. When the Santa Monica company changed their logo, they called on us to swap out their old backlit lobby brushed metal lobby sign with a new one. It looks futuristic, totally cyberpunk! Continue reading “Halo Lit Lobby Sign for Connexity in Santa Monica”