Sign Media Canada’s 2021 Readers’ Choice Awards offered you the chance to vote for whose product is the best in the industry. The competition included more than 40 products, ranging from printers/cutters, CNC routers, light boxes, phthalate-free materials, and light-emitting diode (LED) products. Winners were selected in five categories: Digital Printing, Equipment, Illumination, Substrates, and…
There is something doubly noteworthy in the heart of the Halifax, N.S., entertainment district. Not only do Argyle Street and Grafton have the distinction of housing Atlantic Canada’s first shared streets, but they are also home to unique free-standing gateway signs that demarcate their major entrances.
To break through the clutter and integrate in a fast-paced digital future, lighting/light boxes can have a dramatic and lasting impact and be extremely cost effective as corporate purse strings and budgets are tightened.
The façade of the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla., the world’s first guitar-shaped hotel, is both a media system and a dynamic sculpture. Each evening, the hotel becomes a temporary light installation with interactive choreography set to music.
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