Tag Archives: sign-making
An often overlooked aspect of having a sign made is the permitting process, which can cause BIG issues — either while the sign is being built or, worse, after the sign has been installed. If the sign has already been installed, but is being refurbished (ex: refacing the letters on an exterior wall … (read more)
It’s true. There are so many signs — everywhere. I believe we take them for granted. Signs give us directions, tell us where to find the mustard, lead us to exits, advertise specials, mark the roads, adorn store fronts, and much more. But what are these signs, how are they made, and what type is best for what purpose?
Common … (read more)
As I followed the progress of Martin James Investment & Tax Management’s sign fabrication, our TKO Signs team explained what they were doing and why they were doing it. They were excited by the challenges this sign presented and their creative solutions. The most demanding question was how to attach the sign to a curved rooftop. Picture the top of … (read more)
A couple weeks ago, students from Central Nine Career Center toured TKO Graphix. When the tour came to the TKO Sign division, Manager, Lee Faulkner was asked, “What makes a good sign?” Lee said, “What turns your head? What makes you look twice? That’s what makes a good sign. That’s good marketing.”
Lee gave examples of painting techniques using … (read more)