PORTFOLIO OF VINYL SIGNS INCLUDING DESIGNS AND LETTERING.

Vehicle lettering is a great option for getting your name out. This van for Ardent Technologies uses a simple, two color design for maximum impact. Bethel Church chose a one color design to label their van.
BGSU Dining introduced a new truck that runs on cooking oil instead of traditional gasoline or diesel. The graphics were done in vinyl, and reflect the truck's "green" engineering. The BGSU Dining logo was added to the truck's doors to identify the truck.
A simple graphic and the truck's catch phrase were added to the front bumper. All of the vinyl was done in BGSU Dining's company colors, and lets students, staff, and visitors to BG know exactly what the truck is about.
Pinkberry, on the BGSU campus, wanted something to break up their long bank of windows. They chose a basic stripe in two of the company colors. State Farm agent Bobby Branch wanted to let his customers know all the different services he provides. The Garden City, MI windows were decorated with three colors of vinyl.
State Farm agent Bobby Branch wanted to let his customers know all the different services he provides. The Garden City, MI windows were decorated with three colors of vinyl. D&D Landscaping in Portage, OH has many different trucks they use to make Northwestern Ohio homes and businesses attractive. Each of their trucks are adorned with the same two color logo - instantly recognizable anywhere!
   
Gearhart Plumbing in BG labels all their vans in the same three color logo so that residents are reminded who to call when they have plumbing, heating, and air conditioning needs. The lettering is done is multiple colors to match the company's branding and help differentiate blocks of information.
Hairways, a salon in Bowling Green, chose door lettering to help customers find their location. Josh Tiell Trucking uses the same logo in colors that match the paint scheme on each truck to create a unified fleet.
Offices with multiple partners, such as the attorneys' office here, use vinyl lettering to label doors or signs with each partner's name. TJD Industries chose a black on white scheme for their lettering. The simple text passes on needed information without any distracting frill.
When businesses are moving or opening a new location, post and panel signs can be a great way to let passing motorists know, even before the main sign is up. These signs, for TJ Maxx and Staples, share similar designs. Sky Bar in Bowling Green wanted to add to their existing, plain awning. They chose to do their logo in white on the black awning, for an easy, modern look.
BGSU Dining uses door lettering to direct traffic at their locations around campus. The doors for The Oaks have both logos. MCS chose to put a colored box around their truck lettering; the different shape helps set them apart from their competitors.
The Wood CounMany construction companies, such as Kuntry Haven Construction, uses vehicle lettering as a way to stand out from their competitors and advertise their servcies. Recruiting office wanted to decorate the inside walls, and chose to do the Marine logo in silver vinyl on a dark blue wall. The vinyl is low maintenance and will provide a great look for many years to come. Many construction companies, such as Kuntry Haven Construction, uses vehicle lettering as a way to stand out from their competitors and advertise their services.
 
One of BG's favorite sandwich shops, Mister Spots chose to put their logo on the wall outside their inner door. The large logo is visible from outside the store and in, and definitely catches attention.