Michael Severo is one of the most recognized federal criminal defense attorneys in L.A. When his Pasadena office needed a new brushed metal 3D lobby logo, its manager contacted our sign shop to assist with the project.
PVC + Brushed Metal = Durable Elegance
Our specialist worked with the client on the design of the logo display. It consists of individual letters and a niche differentiation. For the material, the client opted for black PVC. The color is infused in the PVC, which means that it will not fade and maintain its good looks for many years.
Next, we added brushed metal faces to the PVC. Because we installed the product against a dark-colored wall, the sign presents with a contemporary elegance that makes it an immediate attention-getter.
Saving Money without Sacrificing Great Looks
At first glance, you will be unable to tell the difference between PVC and acrylic. Both materials are very similar. For an indoor sign, this similarity translates into the potential for savings. After all, why not choose the less expensive material when you add a metal cover anyway? However, your customers will not be able to tell that you spent pennies on the dollar.
Other Budget-Friendly Lobby Signage Materials
Although they look fantastic, acrylic and stainless steel are among the most expensive materials for producing a lobby sign. That said, you do not have to sacrifice a professional, contemporary look because you select a more budge-friendly material.
For example, you could take a page from the book of MVS Law and choose PVC rather than acrylic to fabricate three-dimensional letters. In addition to coming in a variety of colors, our technicians can also paint PVC. What are some other options?
- Aluminum. When you have your heart set on metal, stainless steel, copper, and brass may be too expensive. However, aluminum is versatile and less costly. Moreover, we can treat it to imitate the good looks of the other metals.
- Sign foam. For the client who needs 3D elements that are deeper than usual, sign foam is the best choice. Thicknesses of up to three inches are possible. Moreover, this material is so lightweight that we can often mount it with specialty tape. Therefore, there will be little to no damage to your office’s walls.
- Laminates. Another choice involves the installation of metal or acrylic laminates. We place a thin layer of the expensive material on a more budget-friendly backing. Because of the careful painting of the sides, the sign gives the illusion of being made through and through of the more expensive material.
Buy Your 3D Lobby Sign Today
Whether you need a brushed metal 3D lobby logo, are thinking of changing over to a logo board, or want something that combines the two approaches, we can help. We can show you different materials and manufacturing methods. At that time, our graphic artist can also show you how your lobby sign might look with different designs. Contact our sign shop today to discuss your vision for the lobby sign!