Monthly Archive: May 2012

Statuary Becoming Part of Donor Recognition Solutions


When it comes to architectural signage, people usually think of donor recognition solutions as being elaborate wall-mounted displays. The majority of the time, this thinking would be right. However, donor recognition statuary and sculptures are becoming more common in the architectural signage industry as landscape architects look to signage companies to provide comprehensive exterior signage …

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Exterior Signage for National Parks, Digital Signage for Cruise Line

iZone Secures Major Parks Deals with U.S. National Park Service and Alberta Parks iZone, a leading custom high pressure laminate manufacturer based in Temple, TX recently announced that it has renewed multi-year contracts to provide park signage to two major national park networks – Alberta Parks, Canada, and the U.S. National Park Service. The contracts …

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3form Announces New Products, Materials at HDExpo

3form has announced that new products and new materials will be unveiled at the upcoming HDExpo May 15-17 in Las Vegas. Here is an excerpt straight from 3form’s blog, Translucent, about the new products: “At 3form, we have all been working hard to develop a ton of intriguing new products, and we are really excited to unveil them …

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Environmental Graphic Design through Colored Glass in Miami Airport


We wanted to share a great looking environmental graphic design solution from the Miami International Airport. Take a moment to check out the images from this color project by visiting the case study on Here is a short excerpt from the case study. Be sure to visit GlasPro for the full story. GlasPro teams …

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Signs of the Future: Will Digital Signage Go the Way of the 8-Track Player?


Digital signage – both dynamic digital and interactive touch-screen displays – are all the rage in the architectural industry these days. Everywhere you turn these days, it seems like you can see digital displays popping up in places where you once would find a point-of-purchase printed board or in some cases, a person manning an …

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Quick Hits: Exterior Signage for Business in the News


Exterior signage is in the news again: this time, it’s an iconic sign in Chicago and new rules for neon business signs at business entrances in Pennsylvania. Downtown Santa Fe Exterior Signage Change to “Motorola” From writer Chris Bentley with the comes this brief article about removing the iconic Santa Fe dimensional letter signage and replacing …

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Bilingual Signage Needs More than Cinco de Mayo References

If you’re rolling out a signage solution and keeping it English-only, you’re missing out on a fast-growing market – Bilingual Signage. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in 2009 about 21% — about 11 million — of school-age children (ages 5-17) spoke a language other than English at home. Spanish-speakers alone accounted for …

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