Signs for March 2018
Here are some sign projects completed in March.
Showing below the Gibsonville signs: Soda Fountain, Anilorac Farm, Hursey's BBQ, Maple View Farm, Gibsonville Fire Department, ICE CREAM, Allie's Ice Cream/Confectionery and Doug's Old Fashioned Auto Care.
Here are some signs made for Cooper Farm's: Men's/Women's Restroom, COFFEE and Craft Soda Fountain. Also large ICE CREAM sign.
Below, a collection of signs going to Waukesha, WI:
This is a specially made Apothecary sign with Burgundy accent and Bees on either side of "Crystals, Botanicals & Curiosities":
Showing the Hot Brewed Coffee and Bake Shop sign with a distressed black background.
Here is the "Eve Madigan Boardwalk" sign, Smile because it happened! Distressed yellow with award blue letters and shell.
Below, this is a different spin on the popular "Groceries & Dry Goods" sign, with the saying below being "...And sometimes Mice":
Here is a framed sign, with an off white background, black top/bottom line and palm green middle line "BAY GARDENS".
Textiles and Provisions sign with aged yellow letters and nutmeg accent, made to replicate an old trade sign:
Below, the "Hancock Farmhouse Farm Fresh with love" and the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse sign. Both made in an antique white with navy blue letters:
The Logan Lighthouse sign below, with chocolate brown and navy colors:
Here is a framed PHARMACY sign with customization:
This is a Framed Railway Station sign; with a Navy background, off white letters and black frame:
Showing below the Byer Family Lake House sign, with a combination of script and block typefaces:
A coordinate sign with Navy background, off white letters and nutmeg frame:
Here is a framed Apothecary Sign with the antique gold/black color combination:
Below is the NAUSET BEACH sign, with a teal background and white distressed letters:
The OAR HOUSE sign below, with paddles on either side and decorative border:
The Tedesco Family Lake House Sign:
The Gardener's Cottage sign:
Showing the antique style General Store Mercantile sign:
Below, Wicks Home Office framed sign: