Our business sign design process unlocks boundless possibilities, but don’t take our word for it—we prefer to let the results speak for themselves.
Today’s post showcases some unconventional business sign projects recently completed in Baltimore, Maryland. Read on or call 410-877-6011 to speak with a business sign specialist in Baltimore, MD.
When a Karate business owner approached us about a custom business sign for their studio in Nottingham, we leapt at the opportunity to flex our creative muscles and indulge our inner karate kid. After a fun collaborative process, here was the end result:
The graphic was designed to reinforce the brand identity and catch the eyes of his customers, showing motion through a high kick and using brand-relevant-but-contrasting colors to pop off the building. We also used a large aluminum composite panel with laminated vinyl to control costs and help withstand the outside elements.
When most people think of business signs, they imagine channel letters, pylon signs, and other big, static signage displayed out front of a brick-and-mortar business.
And while these business signs are all great, they’re not your only options. If you’ve already got traditional business signs in place, and you’re looking to expand your reach and targeting capabilities, consider adding vehicle wraps and graphics to your advertising arsenal.
Sometimes known as “mobile billiards,” they’re one of the most effective types of business signs on the market, beating out all other advertising mediums in a 3M Media Asset Value comparison, yet they remain criminally underrated as business signs in Baltimore, MD.
To give you an idea of what’s possible, check out this recent projected we completed for EnerGWellness Dynamic Fitness Solutions:
Earlier this year, Baltimore Signs and Graphics was contacted by Smart Group Holdings (SGH), a global business advisory firm with interests across a number of industries in global markets and value-added sectors.
The ask? Create branded space, transforming their offices into realms of experience that would allow clients to feel the brand’s character and authority first-hand.
To that end, they opted for an unconventional business sign order: custom portraits of their real estate locations. These portraits would reinforce the brand imaging on the SGH website, showcase some holdings in the SGH portfolio, and simply look awesome around their office, giving clients even more reason to be excited about their visit to SGH’s Baltimore location.
Since the client came to us with artwork in-hand, with no need for any custom designs, we leapt straight into action and delivered this beautiful portrait well ahead of schedule:
If you’re interested in using custom, high-quality portraits as part of your business sign system, or you want to discuss some other ways to build branded space, visit https://baltimoresignsandgraphics.com/ or call us 410-877-6011.
Erick Satchell II
Sam Palm (Palmtree)
Irvin and Deborah Herling