Ozzie, Paul and Joe in 2010, while Ozzie was still active in the business
Vinyl and acrylic dimensional letters and digital print on a 4-by-4-ft. panel of high density urethane [HDU] on aluminum, finished with Matthews acrylic polyurethane paint and hung with a custom powder-coated steel bracket
Laser-cut acrylic letters on 2-by-8ft. panel of ¼-in. clear acrylic with silver glass etch film, hung using MBS Signage Hardware
2-by-4-ft. custom interior LED sign with brushed aluminum veneer letters on custom fabricated aluminum composite [ACM] raceway
Avery wrap film printed on the Roland Sol-Jet XR-640 with Arlon laminate
Digital print on 3-by-3-ft. HDU panel mounted in a custom powder-coated steel bracket with LED lighting
Carved and hand-painted 3-by-4-ft. Extira composite panel, finished with Matthews acrylic polyurethane paint. It was given to Levon Helm for his 70th birthday.
1-in.-thick Sintra PVC letters, finished with Matthews acrylic polyurethane paint and pin-mounted on a 4-by-12-ft. painted brick building fascia
V-carved letters in 1-by-8-ft. panel of ¾-in. Extira composite material finished with Matthews acrylic polyurethane paint
Letters were cut from Extira material and mounted on a 4-by-6-ft. panel of 1-in. pine planks that was hand painted.
V-carved lettering on an Extira panel finished with Matthews acrylic polyurethane paint, and a digital print on aluminum composite material. Background is cedar planking on marine panels.
125-Year commemorative wall done in acrylic, wood and aluminum
Router-cut Sintra PVC lettering and logo on 2-by-10 cedar planks
Router-cut Sintra PVC lettering finished with Matthews acrylic polyurethane paint, with custom roof-mount linear LED lighting, 2-by-12-ft. overall
12-in.-round laser etched zinc panel
8-by-12-ft. custom monument sign done with all Extira panels, hood and post wraps, finished with Matthews acrylic polyurethane paint

Timely Signs

By SignCraft Magazine

Posted on Wednesday, June 26th, 2019

Our father never really expected that we would want to be involved in the business. We didn’t actually approach him with the idea until we were both out of school. Now Paul and I both have young children, and we wonder if any of them will want to be involved in the business. Who knows?

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