All Signs Point to Graphcom
The Town of Mount Airy recently held an unveiling ceremony for the new Mount Airy welcome monument sign, which was created by Graphcom.
The 88-inch tall, 160-inch wide sign was unveiled in mid-September and is located on East Ridgeville Boulevard off Route 27. According to Mount Airy Mayor Patrick Rockinberg, many people didn’t know what the town boundaries were, and the sign will better define those boundaries.
Rockinberg reached out to us directly and we collaborated with the mayor and Mount Airy residents to create a design that reflects the community.
The town seal sits at the top of the sign, while the bricks at the bottom of the sign mimic the town’s famous train bridge twin arches built in 1901. The columns and base are synthetic stucco.
“It’s really wonderful to see our work on display like this and for it to be received so well,” said Graphcom President Matthew Livelsberger. “Mount Airy is a beautiful, charming town and a great client. I know our entire team enjoyed seeing this project come to life!”