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California's Clear Sign & Design demonstrates the precision, teamwork and focus necessary on a high-profile installation job.
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It takes a special kind of nerve to hang signage from the side of a high-rise like these fellows are.
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Pilot Signs & Designs merged with FASTSIGNS of Medina (Ohio) earlier this year.
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This muralist's unique approach started in 1995 when he was a graffit artist that was asked to decorate a sports bar.
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Australia's the Arthur Smith Group has a global presence, a long way from its one-room beginnings as a rubber stamp company in 1873.
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Ghost signs continue to haunt big cities across America.
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The Walldogs chose Streator, Illinois, this year for their annual gathering; fitting, because both are celebrating anniversaries.
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#LookingForChange was a campaign launched a few years ago by American Express that was designed to promote financial literacy.
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Weather plays a huge role when doing high-rise installations such as this one.
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Something about a ghost sign covered up by a new billboard just rubs us at SDG the wrong way. What about you?

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