Case Study
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When The Historical Society of Pennsylvania completed a $5.7M renovation, a critical component was the recognition of their donors. The solution was a seamless blend of new and old processes.

Large format digital outputs were mounted to the back of glass panels. Donor names were silkscreened on the front of the glass. This artisan process added depth and dimension to the display. Etched and filled stainless steel supports hold the glass panels securely in place with a refined elegance.

Urban Sign also created the wayfinding signage and fine art labels for the area. High contrast signs are easy to read at a glance. Silk screening over painted aluminum produces crisp edges that will stand the test of time.


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