The letters are laser-cut 1/2-in. acrylic, and all the other graphics are 1/8-in. acrylic, installed at different levels. This was installed on the tile wall with double-sided tape and silicone, so there’s no holes to drill.
These ¼-in.-thick laser-cut acrylic graphics were finished with Matthews polyurethane paint then mounted to the curved wall with double-sided tape and silicone.
The graphics were laser cut from 1/8-, ¼- and 1/2-in. acrylic, finished with Matthews polyurethane paint, then mounted on a ¼-in.-thick matte clear acrylic background panel. The display is mounted to the wall on 1¼-in.-tall standoffs.
Clay staggered the thicknesses of the acrylic to add a little extra interest to the “pulse” graphic in this logo.
This project started out as a logo design that Clay later incorporated into a lobby display. The background panel is matte black acrylic with 1/2-in.-thick Training & Fitness applied. The letters for MASE are cut through so that the mirror finish back panel shows through.
The H logo on this display was cut through so the red wall shows behind it. It’s mounted with spacers to project ¾-in. off the wall.
This very large reception area logo display was done mostly from ¼-in.-thick laser-cut acrylic finished with Matthews polyurethane paint. The lines and continents on the globe were done in several thicknesses of acrylic for added interest.

Laser at work: Lobby graphics

By SignCraft Magazine

Posted on Monday, October 31st, 2016

More and more businesses are realizing that interior graphics can be as effective for building their brand as exterior graphics. When customers enter a lobby, showroom or reception area, there’s a unique opportunity to make an impression to this captive audience. A clean, professional version of the company logo in 3D is a great way to do that. Laser-cut acrylic gives you the perfection that is necessary for graphics that will be seen from up close.

Clay Downing, [Signs by Clay Downing, Broadlands, Virginia, www.signsbyclaydowning.com], makes sure his customers don’t overlook the value of this type of signage.

“No matter what type of sign I email a prospect about,” says Clay, “whether it’s channel letters or vehicle graphics, I always include a link to the interior logo signs page on my website. A lot of customers hadn’t thought about using their logo inside like that. When they see that page, some of them get pretty excited about having their logo on a wall in their lobby.”


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