When the look you want is rustic, rugged, warm and substantial, consider a carved or routed wooden sign
For many housing developments, office parks, community parks, businesses and green spaces, a custom wooden exterior sign is the best in harmonizing with the environment in which it is placed. Wood delivers an ambiance of warmth, solidity and timelessness. A charming wood motif inside your building will add visual interest and atmosphere. Distinctive wooden signs can help you execute a consistent theme or feeling throughout your space.
Think about monument signs raised by chunky posts or incorporating brick or stonework. Wooden signs can be raised using poles or posts or hang from decorative fixtures. You can also flush-mount to building faces or interior walls. All varieties embody the special character that wood alone provides.
Thanks to recent equipment advances, content and designs can be carved into wood and simulated wood materials with precision that were difficult and expensive to achieve in the past. Using the techniques of engraving, routing and shape-cutting, just about anything is possible. Messages can be displayed in relief or stand off from the surface. A combination of the two techniques can be employed to create a layered effect. Create a negative space effect by carving completely through the surface. Consider backlighting and/or spotlighting to create added focus and 24-hour visibility.
If the image you want to project is best made with the charm and character of wood, call your Image360 representative to see examples of the many ways your signage can be executed.
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