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This is what the menu board looked like before we replaced it. This one was hard to clean and update. Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2011 at Signpro's blog
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This is a menu board we installed in Liverpool NY. Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2011 at Signpro's blog
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This was a great job to do. I really looks nice on the front of Dr. Selle's building. It is handcarved in SignFoam and hand guilded. Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2011 at Signpro's blog
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This was a great family effort. Designed by Jeannette at Virgo Design, Carved me, Primed by me, Hand painted by Kate and Myself and installed by myself and the father/son team that owned the sign. It is two sided and 24" in diameter. We used caraige bold with gold leaf on them to simulate the brass tips of the spindles. Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2011 at Signpro's blog
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This was fun to do. I had to take a flat picture and make it dimensional. It is redesigned. Though you would not think you would have to. The routing was done by Rennaisance Signs. Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2011 at Signpro's blog
That must be it. What was the owner's name? Yes you have been cranking out some nice work! I hope your business is more even year round than mine. I am slow from Dec1 to Mar 29. After Mar 29 I can't make signs fast enough to keep up. I don't know what it is about that date but it seems to be about the same time every year this happens. Jerome
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Double faced, 5" thick 3 foot tall trout in foam/epoxy/plywood. Finished with automotive paints in translucent layer. Unfortunately the restaurant is gone now and so is the sign. via keenesignworx.typepad.com That sucks! You make a beautiful sign for what you think is a high end business and they go out... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 22, 2011 at Signpro's blog
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Apr 22, 2011
Sometimes when a project is large and complicated it will be weeks of fabricating and finishing. Then add in the tough winter weather which makes scheduling a day to go out and install a moving target and it can seem like the sign has always been in our shop. Well... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 22, 2011 at Signpro's blog
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I have been waiting my whole sign career to do an installation like this! Thanks to Lang's Landscaping in Manchester who created this beautiful wall to mount this handcarved, airbrushed Signfoam sign on. It is 66" x 35" x 6". It was great fun to do and the installation went flawlessly with my new Generac generator. Continue reading
Posted Apr 22, 2011 at Signpro's blog
Welcome to my sign centric world. This will be an on going journal and journey of the day to day operations of our custom sign shop, Keene Signworx in Keene NH. We specialize in producing very creative carved, and dimensional signs but dabble in a little of everything sign related.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 22, 2011 at Signpro's blog
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Apr 22, 2011