When Country Cupboards in Rhinebeck New York wanted to revamp their image, they turned to Timely Signs. Using the new logo created by Frank Campagna’s graphics team at Colorpage, we created a consistent look at both their Rhinebeck and Coxsackie offices as well as for their fleet of vehicles that travel throughout the Hudson Valley.
At Timely Signs we think about more than just making a sign, we focus on creating the image that you want your clients to see and remember.
The staff at Timely Signs is a talented and creative group but this month the spotlight for one employee turns away from his daily fabrication of signs and graphics and to his lifelong passion for photography. We sat down with Mark Long, an eight year member of the Timely Signs team to discuss his upcoming show at Keegan Ales.
Kingston Alteration Center has been helping people look good in their clothes for over 30 years. For the vast majority of that time, Kathy Esposito had her business located right on Broadway. Recently, she made the hard decision to move everything a short jump down the road and settle in next to Frank Guido’s Little Italy.
It was very important for her clients and the rest of the community to know where she had gone. One very effective way of doing so was to make an appealing sign. We decided to really showcase what she does by making a 3 dimensional oversized button, needle and thread. Having a graphic that enhances the look of a sign really takes it to the next level. It can be difficult not to overpower the name of a business but when done tastefully, it really makes an impact on the viewing audience.