We want to offer a huge congratulations to this year’s Signs of the Times contest winners. It came as no surprise that all of the projects are one of a kind and incredibly unique in both design and construction. We’ve shared a few of our favorites below hoping these signs can serve as inspiration for your next project.
Visit this link to view the entire collection of project winners.
1. Schnipper’s Kitchen
This sign was done by ArtFx in Bloomfield, CT. We love this sign because it is a true statement piece and because it especially proves that signs do not have to be illuminated to be eye catching and beautiful. *ahem, architectural signage wins!*
This mural was done by Best Dressed Signs in Jamaica Plain, MA. What is better than the classic look of this mural and the feeling of home that it brings? This mural was masterfully crafted by hand by the amazing Josh Luke. Another architectural signage win!
3. Summit Bechtel Reserve
These signs were done by Design Communications Ltd. in Boston, MA. We love the rusted, aged look of the metal in with the natural wood background. These pieces blend so well with the natural environment and create a true sense of place in the area.
4. H-E-B Grocery
These classic neon signs were done by Ion Art in Austin, TX. We really like these signs for their timeless simplicity. They are perfect for the store, but we could see this type of sign in so many other places.
5. Tradition Center for Innovation
This sign was done by Creative Sign Designs in Tampa, FL. We really like this sign because of the color, layout, and of course of the use of LED lighting. LED lighting is the way of the future because of it’s long lasting, durable quality as well as it being good for the environment. This sign is stunning and a well deserved win for Creative Sign Designs.
What an amazing competition and incredible signs! We are already looking forward to next year and the works of art we will see then.
All photos from Signs of the Times