The WeatherTech logo is solid 1" thick brushed stainless
steel, 12" tall mounted on a curved granite brick wall.
the "W" on the logo weighs 42 pounds!
This corporate logo for a law firm is made of polished,
water-jet cut stainless steel. The horizontal bars &
each letter are installed individually with hidden posts in
the wall. A very professional look!
Brushed aluminum was laminated to an
acrylic then router-cut to shape. Each piece was
then stud mounted to a Conolly leather wrapped panel for a
dealership reception area.
This 3D sign is made of 2 layers of
materials. The white/yellow portion is the
background & the dark blue pieces are router cut, painted
& applier to the background for a more appealing look.
Chrome lettering is a great way to turn
The logo & lettering are router cut from
Sintra with a brushed gold anodized aluminum face.
Arena's logo was cut from acrylic &
applied to their curved wall. The "swoosh" is done
in brushed aluminum.
The 2-story atrium is finished with
polished maple panels. The logo panels are leather
wrapped. Lettering & logos are applied to the wall
with studs. They are made of brushed aluminum
laminated to acrylic & router cut to shape. Pretty
impressive as you are welcomed into the dealership.
This Accounting Firm has a great logo.
We created the lettering with an acrylic material faced with
brushed aluminum. A nice alternative to solid metal
Lettering is made of brushed aluminum and
attached to the glass tile for a European look.
This curved wall displays the dealership
name very cleanly. The letters are router cut from
1/2" thick Sintra(expanded PVC)
The FileNet logo is constructed with brass
anodized aluminum letters on a mahogany wall. Aluminum
keeps the lettering at an affordable price but still
presents a great look.
This exterior logo is made of stainless &
each component is stud-mounted into the brick wall.
This 4' high municipal logo is made of a
brushed brass look and installed on a wall in a reception