Signs for the Conservatory in Golden Gate ParkThe San Francisco store was asked to create signs/exhibits for the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park. Two of these were to be 48" acrylic circles, permanently mounted in concrete. To provide proper strength for something this size, they needed to be at least 5/8" thick. To solve the problem, they laminated 1/8" matte black acrylic to 1/2" clear. Then about 1,000 vinyl letters were applied to each circle.
The other "sign" was 4' x 8' green edge backed by white. It contained over 20 lines of 5/8" letters, about 3,000 letters - all hand weeded! What is even more amazing is that the order for these signs was placed with a three day deadline because the exhibit was about to open. The store met the deadline and their efforts are now a major part of the exhibit.