Full-bleed graphics are no problem for our etched signs. Check out this black stained sign etched in reverse for Basik Cafe in Hawaii.
A super cool aged wood effect is revealed when we etched away large swaths of wood on this large black stained sign. Thanks to Basik Cafe for asking us to make their sign.
We always recommend an etched sign for artwork with fine details, like this one for Criquet Shirts. We’ve etched text as tiny as 1.5mm tall and designs as skinny as an ant’s eyelash.
Here’s a behind-the-scenes, stop motion video of how we built our very first illuminated wood sign order! Thanks to Hammock for ordering from us.
Hooray, the Nebulab sign is installed in their office!
Assembling raised signs can feel like a puzzle. Here I am gluing on letters using a laser cut template.
Five of these gorgeous signs are shipping to coffeehouses in Hawaii. Can’t wait for Big Island Coffee Roasters to get them!
Etched signs are great for trade shows. This one for Cats & Ghosts with quick connect clips at the top easily snaps onto the overhead wires in their booth.
We tried a variety of stain colors before settling on this particular warm Walnut brown tone. A lot like baby bear’s porridge - it’s juuust right.
This perfectly timed photo caught our huge monkey sign in perfect alignment as it rolled off the top of my head. See how I made our own sign »
It’s a life goal to illuminate all things I come in contact with. Makes meatloaf night more interesting, that’s for sure. See how I made our sign »
Script signs are a challenge to make, but the results are always eye catching! Here’s one we made for Five & Done Creative.
We look at every file individually and tweak our etch settings so that we can get the maximum amount of detail from a design. We think it’s worth the extra effort!
Beam me up Scotty! This beam compass makes short work of cutting perfectly shaped semi-circles. See what I’m making »