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3 Dimensional Signs For Businesses – I’m A (Not So) Little Teapot

Posted by Lisa on 3/2/2011


Creating 3 Dimensional Signs

At first glance the newest structure in our shop looks oddly like the cartoonish goldfish sculptural sign, but as the days pass the form is taking shape. It is going to be a 3 dimensional sign replication of a brown betty teapot.  This scupltural sign will make a big impact as it will be a prominent projection sign in the heart of downtown Kitchener Ontario.  The Silver Spoon wanted to find an orginal way to advertise their establishment with emphasis on their tea room.   The idea of projecting an artistic sign off the building was greatly received.  This type of custom business sign will be sure to capture the attention of passers-by.  Being situated on a corner this area of prime real estate with a bold 3 dimensional sign will be easily noticed both by vehicles driving by as well as those walking in the downtown area. Finding ways to make your business store front inviting to all is another way custom business signs help to get potential clients through your door.  Finding unique ways to upgrade your entrance-way with signs  is an investment that pays for itself over and over.  Your company signage is a 24 hour advertisement for your business. You want to make sure that it is memorable and as well as tasteful.

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Three Ways 3 Dimensional Signs Help Your Business

  1. 3 dimensional signs stand out from their surroundings
  2. They encourage potential customers to come in and see what other unquie products and services you can provide
  3. Sculptural signs serve as memorable landmarks and your want your business to be remembered

Be sure to stay tuned to see how the Not So Little Teapot becomes a the focal point of a downtown establishment.

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One Response to “3 Dimensional Signs For Businesses – I’m A (Not So) Little Teapot”

  1. Posted by Lisa on 3/2/2011

    Suh-weet build! Is the main body of the teapot cut on the CNC mill, Lisa? If it was I’m wondering what cutting tool was used because the finish is exceptionally smooth. Or did they turn a big hunk of foam on a lathe and split it to insert the bracket? TSD rocks.


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