The Bellingham Flag—Design Takes Its Place on the Map By now you have seen the brilliant blue and green Bellingham Flag, designed by Brad Lockhart of Lariat Creative, with the Downtown Bellingham Partnership. The symbolic community flag is seen flying high all over the city and displayed in business and car windows in the form […]
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Pacific Northwest Urology Specialists—Interpreting the Vision Recently the Pacific Northwest Urology Specialists moved into their new building on Squalicum Parkway brandishing new signs and a new look. Brand Identity It was Signs Plus that came in to work with them on new branding and that signage that ultimately would successfully highlight their brand identity and […]
Neon Signs Feel like grabbing some friends for a cocktail and great conversation? Our Signs Plus team likes to head on down to Galloway’s Cocktail Bar in Fairhaven right next to the Fairhaven Inn. Galloway’s greets guests with 1920’s jazz-era inspired decor and gin-focused drinks with a great happy hour from 3-6 p.m. The Galloway’s […]
Spreading Aloha with First Hawaii Title Corporation January 2017 marked the creation of a partnership between First Hawaii Title Corporation and Signs Plus, Inc. This embarked on a project to design a new exterior brand package for the upcoming opening of their newest branch in Honolulu, the Kahala Branch. This package includes LED illuminated […]
To the North and Back. Signs Plus has had the honor of helping a worldwide network of insurance brokers successfully execute a full image rebrand. HUB International flourished out of a merger of 11 privately held insurance brokerages. That number has since grown into a network of more than 400 integrated brokerages across North America […]
When the students of Whatcom Community College came to Signs Plus Inc. with the vision of a simple Student Information Kiosk on the quad, Signs Plus turned their ideas into innovation.
The Herald Building, located in downtown Bellingham, WA is an eight-story office building that was originally constructed for the Bellingham Publishing Company. The Herald sign was part of the original construction, which was completed in 1925. The sign was a stunning piece of industrial art, visible for miles around.
“Like the skyscraper, the automobile, and the motion-picture palace, neon signs once symbolized popular hopes for a new era of technological achievement and commercial abundance. From the 1920s to the 1950s, neon-lit streets pulsed with visual excitement from Vancouver to Miami.” Virginia Postrel This classic is headed to Juneau soon!
At Signs Plus we are experts at creating reception and interior wayfinding sign solutions that professionally represent your company image, and get your client to where they need to go! Reception signs are the first impression of your company seen by your clients. What does your first impression say about you? The Signs Plus design team […]
Custom wallpaper printing allows you to create truly dramatic murals that give a space the exact look and feel you want! Your company lobby can have a dramatic floor-to-ceiling mural showing your product. Your restaurant can have entire walls of old photos or scenery to set the right mood. Retail stores can have custom wallpaper […]