Printed vinyl on aluminum composite panel on a Peachtree Foamcraft Model 27 monument
Printed reflective vinyl text and graphics
LED-illuminated channel letters with printed translucent vinyl film
Router-cut acrylic letters and logo with secondary text on metal panel
Cut high-performance vinyl film
Letters and secondary text are router cut acrylic on aluminum composite panel.
Sign is printed translucent vinyl on acrylic face; LED display is a Watchfire 19mm red monochrome LED display.
Printed and cut high-performance vinyl graphics and text
Cut high-performance vinyl on aluminum composite panel over a steel tube frame
LED-illuminated channel letters with cut translucent vinyl film
Printed 13-oz. banner
Printed and cut vinyl lettering and graphics
Ben Schenck, Justin Hare, Rachel Jackson, Ben Quick and John Hare. Mark Davis was unavailable.
Profile: Justin Hare
Posted on Monday, January 4th, 2016
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The way that I found my way into the sign business doesn’t make a very interesting story. A couple months after I got married I found myself laid off from a job I’d had for quite a while. I decided to look for something new in a different field where I could use my creative skills. That landed me in a sign shop in an entry level job. A year later I moved to a larger shop, Fuller Signs.
I worked with Dan Fuller for about nine years. He had a full-service sign shop, doing everything from vinyl signs to illuminated signs. Dan had taken the business over from his father, who started it in 1948, so it had quite a history. I learned a lot, and my father John and I ended up buying the business from him in 2012.
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