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Assembling the Ikea Sign

In 2015, Ikea Canada went out for bid in search for a professional sign company that understood the importance of maintaining and standardizing their signage products. Montreal Neon Signs, Sign Media Canada’s 2018 Signmaker of the Year for the Quebec region, was invited to demonstrate its capabilities.

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Midway bulbs shine bright

In August 2017, Adidas Originals in Toronto’s trendy Queen Street West neighbourhood re-opened its doors following a significant renovation project. The location was the brand’s first ‘neighbourhood concept’ store to open in Canada—a boutique with a design containing distinct elements reminiscent of the area it is located in.

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Talking shop with SRS Signs & Services

When Shane R. Storie founded SRS Signs & Services in 1999, he started small, changing lightbulbs in burnt-out signs around Winnipeg, but soon moved beyond strictly service and into production. From humble beginnings, Storie eventually transformed SRS into the one-stop, in-house manufacturing sign shop it is today.

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Building immersive branding

Attendees of last summer’s Montreal International Jazz Festival were introduced to Hyundai’s new electric vehicle by way of a fully branded environment built by PNH Solutions, a large-format print service provider (PSP) and custom hardware supplier.

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Western Canada’s highest sign

The tower signs installed on the façade of the recently built Civic Hotel in Surrey, B.C., hover more than 160 m (525 ft) from the ground. The signs act as a beacon over the central hub of the city, drawing attention with a glowing 4.1-m (13.5-ft) tall diamond shape.

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A mural at Canada’s crossroads

On July 16, a mural created by professional comic book artist Vincent Rioux—also known as VoRo—was unveiled on the exterior wall of a downtown store in Mont-Joli, Que., part of the Bas-Saint-Laurent region.

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