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SIGNAGE

Weidner Field

Freelance project I was invited to participate in to design all the signs for a new soccer stadium and event venue in Colorado Springs. Project featured logo design, wayfinding, donor wall, supergraphics, interior/exterior, illuminated & non-illuminated signs.

Many elements to the design of the signs take cues from the "Epicenter" public art sculpture at the entrance to the stadium. The sculpture itself was inspired by the Olympic rings logo and as a nod to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum nearby.

The "Epicenter" sculpture (that I designed the logo for) was $4.5M dollars, weighs 164,000 pounds, is 65.5-feet in diameter, 35-feet tall and lit by RGB LED's. It was designed and fabricated locally by Springs Fabrication. More than 20,000 hours went into the project.

Valley View Casino

Entry sign for the Valley View Casino in Valley Center California.

 

Clear Sign & Design (where I worked as Lead Designer) had a long-standing relationship with Valley View Casino. . On a whim one day, the owner of Clear Sign asked me to take a stab at designing this sign, based on a unfufillid past res. When my initial renderings were submitted to the casino, their immediate response was "How much and when can we have it?" 

 

This project was won by design and was the second, second most expensive sign ever produced at Clear Sign & Design, at $330,000. Clear Sign & Design is also the second largest electrical sign company in San Diego county.

 

The sign is 26ft tall & 17ft wide, featuring (2)  7-1/2' x 11-1/2" video screens. Given that many other signs still exist that look similar to the old entry sign, my design still needed to fit-in with the previous sign program on-site.

City of Kent Washington

City-wide signage project for the City of Kent Washington, just outside of Seattle. This project featured large wayfinding "gateway" signs at key entry points to the city, City Hall Campus signs and wayfinding blade signs throughout the city mounted to light poles.