Premier Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Associates were interested in having us strengthen their brand across the Delaware Valley. We tailored the design of the new signage to meet the specific needs of each of Premier’s twenty five offices. Whether we are refurbishing existing signage or dreaming up completely new ideas- we are delighted to take part in Premier’s growing brand awareness.
Custom Metalike® dimensional letters were used for this corporate logo project. Metalike® letters are a cost effective alternative to the traditional flat-cut metal. These Metalike® letters have brushed aluminum faces that have been laminated to laser cut acrylic. The sides of these letters are hand painted to match the faces. All these details contribute to maintaining the appearance of real metal. The high-end look of these letters helps portray this companies high standards.
EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT
Sat. 8/18/2012 David Dunn (a 16 year old Boy Scout) will performed his Eagle Scout Service Project, at the Historic Cumberland Cemetery (447 N Middletown Rd Media, Pennsylvania 19063-4422).David and about (25) other boy scouts from Troop 222 (Westtown, PA) and their family members installed a new sign and sign lights in front of the cemetery, replacing the decaying originals.David raised funds to help purchase the new sign, secured all materials, secured the permit, and designed the sign with expert help from Elmark Graphics.Written by Andrew Dunn and submitted to the Delco Times which resulted in the following article being published: Eagle Scout project aids local cemetery
NALA is a brand new vegetarian Indian and Thai cuisine restaurant in the large Main Street at Exton shopping center. They had an end unit so they had a lot of visibility for advertising. They provided us with their logo and we designed it to have digitally and UV laminated prints with their bright colored patterned backgrounds with white and gold copy laminated to half inch PVC boards. To help them with cost, we only did the main entrance with prismatically and standard carved letters. The remaining three sets were done as digital prints. The existing gooseneck lamps provide the ideal lighting to display the restaurant name on all three sides providing the perfect visibility.
These attractive New Perma-Banner Systems have been re-engineered to create the only vertical street pole banners with custom shape, Lock-n-Release changeable panels! The breakthrough features a sleek new exclusive 2-part extruded aluminum "No Fly Away" mounting bracket and removable panel channel. Brackets have rubber bumpers and fit posts 3"-8" in diameter. It is the only vertical banner system of its kind. CCIU used these in color blocks throughout their parking facilities. These banners outperform and outlast fabric banners and can be of any shape. Lexan® (polycarbonate) panels are used to reduce cracking and the "No Fly Away" vertical mounting bracket eliminates lost banners. The Lexan® panels are laminated with high performance digitally-printed and UV-laminated full color prints.
The YMCA of the Brandywine Valley had some antiques to display along with their historical tribute wall. We combined brushed aluminum Metalike® dimensional letters with 5-color HD Printed panels pressure-laminated to museum quality composite boards. Three panels have cut outs that hide boxes that are lit and recessed in wall with clear acrylic covers to display the antique memorabilia. The extreme heat and pressure is combined to make a final product with permanent fusion of the 12 color process printed image and the high pressure laminate (HPL) that can never delaminate, separate, crack or peel. They are impervious to moisture and extremely resistant to UV rays, scratching, impact, cigarette burns and graffiti. A great deal of planning and engineering was utilized in this project and coordination between the contractor and manufacturer was handled by our company.