The city’s most famous 80-foot-tall guitar is headed to the Neon Museum. The iconic guitar will be displayed in early next year along with the dozens of other historic, decommissioned signs. The Hard Rock Cafe closed on New Year’s Eve 2016.
This property is on the main intersection of a revitalization project in the Town Center of Queen Creek, Arizona. The sign designs were created to enhance and become a key visual aspect of this primary intersection, integrate with the aesthetic of the new downtown area, and support and establish a brand image consistent with the clients marketing...
The State Street Theater in Woodland, California recently reopened after undergoing a major renovation. Its history dates back to 1937 when it opened as a single-screen theater that seated more than 900 people.
A new state-of-the-art 16mm LED display greets shoppers and passersby at the Shops at South Town located just east of Interstate 15 on State Street in Sandy, Utah. The mall has recently undergone a redesign and renovation project. The center is one of Utah's largest shopping destinations.
Since 1920, YESCO has played an important role in the sign making industry. The company’s signs range from simple “way-finding” plaques to towering spectacles that spring to life in dazzling spectrums of color, motion, animation and video. Read full article at arenasolutions.com
The skilled craftspeople at YESCO Salt Lake are just now putting the final touches on the unique monument sign that will soon identify The Shops at South Town. The company has already installed several directional signs at the center. The mall located in Sandy, Utah has recently undergone a renovation project. We are proud to be a part of the...
Las Vegas has been lighting up the Nevada desert since the 1930s, but many of its most memorable signs have been replaced with LEDs. So where did the famous filaments go? Lee Cowan takes us to a place preserving the city’s legacy in lights... Read full news article at cbsnews.com