I've been making many different A-frames, wind signs and sandwich boards for a variety of clients over the past few years, and I thought I would share some of our recent work as well as the variety of different options we offer as far as sidewalk signage goes.
Below is a wood A-frame we did for Lake Sammamish Family Dentistry with Reflective overlays, the use of reflective material on A-frames has proven to be very effective during the winter months.
We do a lot of full color printed A-frames, the one display below is an A-frame we did for Tacos Monte Alban a popular Mexican food truck located in Snohomish, WA. This A-frame was done using a Plasticade Frame.
When combining print with other vinyl materials the options can be almost endless, Below is a customized Plasticade A-frame we did for Iron Horse Brewery, the black section in the middle is a chalk board they can use to display temporary messages.
Here is another Plasticade A-frame we did for Fire and Smoke Barbecue in Ellensburg, WA utilizing the same chalk board vinyl above.
Wind Signs are another important type of sidewalk sign that works great in areas with high winds, these utilize a sturdy base that can be filled with sand or water that holds the sign steady in place while the two springs between the base and the sign allow the movement of the sign in the wind to not topple it over. This sign was made for C&M Auto in Bellevue, WA
Evergreen Market Ordered a few Wind Signs from us, these had interchangeable inserts as well as reflective over lays that help with visibility during low light conditions.