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It's not that difficult to get into offering ADA signage and if you do, you'll enjoy higher profit margins.
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A clear, concise demonstration of how those huge building ads of yesteryear were done.
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Rappelling down the side of a building to do an install is not for the faint of heart.
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Making a neon sign on such a grand scale is not something every company can pull off, but Georgia’s Henry Inc. has it covered.
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The signage needed to represent the classiness the company was seeking for its high-end property, and we here at SDG central think they nailed it.
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Route 66 signage reflects the bygone days when travel by car was king. Luckily, we're left with these icons of history.
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This Los Angeles company proudly carries on a sign making tradition more than a century old.
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The images react to the actions of passers-by, whether they're walking through a doorway or pausing to chat with someone.
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"The line between sign and architecture has been effectively blurred in Los Angeles. That was one of LA's great contributions to world architecture, really."
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Sign making pays the bills, but her real passion is in her art.

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