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

Help your customers make a powerful impression

By signcraft

Posted on Monday, October 31st, 2016

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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,], 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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