Almost as old as business itself, signs and displays have been a fundamental part of trade for literally centuries. Ever since humans began to use tools, create products, and provide services, various forms of signage have been used as a means of highlighting relevant themes and becoming more visible to the public.
Ever wish you could get a glimpse of the past just by walking down the street? The Neon Boneyard Museum located in Las Vegas, Nevada makes that possible. The Neon Museum was originally founded in 1996 and is dedicated to gathering and preserving iconic Las Vegas signs.
If you’re looking to get your business noticed, chances are you’re looking for a signage solution that provides bright, eye-catching colors. While the original go-to for such an appearance was neon, LED signs have been gaining notoriety. How do you know which option is right for you? As you decide which option is right for you, it’s important to understand the difference between the two and evaluate your signage wants and needs.
From the picturesque landscapes captured in its national parks to the glittering lights in Las Vegas and high stakes found in Reno, the state of Nevada offers a lot to see. From hiking to skiing, there’s a lot to enjoy in the great outdoors. Stop by the Hoover Dam or visit Lake Tahoe, and when you’re ready for a night out, be sure to visit the bustling cities. As you’re trying new food, catching a show, and following the ebb and flow of the crowd, you’ll also want to keep an eye out for these famous signs.
The “Golden State” of California is known for its impressive beaches and equally impressive redwood forests, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, and as the home of Mickey Mouse. But perhaps, the most recognizable landmark in the state is the Hollywood sign atop Mount Lee, Los Angeles. History of the Hollywood…
The stop sign is one of the most iconic and important signs in America, where most of the nation is designed with the automobile in mind. Road signs of all types, be they Yield, Railroad Crossing, or Do Not Pass, make up perhaps the largest portion of the signage and display industry, and the king…
How much do you know about LED digital displays? Here’s a crash course in the most energy-efficient type of digital signage.
In some cases, signs can become just as iconic as the places that they mark. We’ve seen how the Hollywood sign has become a destination of its own, or how other signs, even with the simplest designs—like the London Underground sign—can develop into a cultural artifact. We’re going to resume our trip across the globe to examine signs from around the world that have become some of the most recognizable symbols today.
They may not be the first thing you think of when you’re planning a vacation, but there’s no doubt that many signs around the world have become tourist attractions in their own right. Immortalized in countless movies and photographs, these iconic displays are known across the globe not just because of the popularity of the places they represent, but also for their eye-catching colors, shapes, size and design.
Signs have been around much longer than you think. Before the development of technology, signs were merely etchings in stone. These signs were the first tool used by man to fully express their ideas. Businesses have and always will have a need for signage. From the wooden signs found in front of taverns in the…