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The insignia for the sign maker or printer's union responsible for creating the signs is often seen in the same size type.
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Corrugated plastic or corriboard, also known under the trade names of Coroplast, Correx, Corriflute, Corflute, Polyflute or Twinplast, refers to a wide range of extruded twinwall plastic sheet products produced from high impact polypropylene resin with a similar make up to corrugated fiberboard. It is a light weight tough material which can easily be cut with a craft knife.
Corrugated plastic is also referred to as Twinwall plastic.
Chemically, the sheet is inert, with a neutral pH factor. At regular temperatures most oils, solvents and water have no effect,
allowing it to perform under adverse weather conditions or as a product component exposed to harsh chemicals. Standard sheets
can be modified with additives, which are melt-blended into the sheet to meet specific needs of the end user. Special products that
require additives include: ultra violet protection, anti-stat, flame retardant, custom colors, corrosive inhibitors, static-dissipative, among others.
This material is commonly used to create commercial signs and for constructing plastic containers and reusable packaging.
It is widely used in the packaging of automotive and electronic parts as
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A refrigerator magnet is an ornament attached to a magnet that is used to post items such as shopping lists or report cards on a refrigerator,
or simply as decoration. Refrigerator magnets come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, including for example, images die-cut to a specific
shape or tiny plastic sculptures of fruits. Refrigerator magnets are a relatively popular object of collectors.
Commercial signage identifies a business or similar entity, assists in way finding and attracts customers. In societies where literacy is not widespread, such signs are necessarily primarily based on images rather than words. Since the rise of mass literacy, such signs generally include the name of the business, often in the form of a logo, but also continue often to use images in addition to and in the place of words.
Signs come in various shapes and forms, and each commercial sign has the purpose of identifying or attracting business for the sign owner displaying the sign. Commercial signs are generally ordered and purchased by the owner of the business indicated on the sign.
However, many large corporations, such as beverage makers and oil companies, provide signs free-of-charge to business environments where the corporation’s competitive products may be sold. In a drinking establishment, for example, numerous small neon signs might be located on the wall, each advertising and suggesting that the patron drink that corporation’s product.
Signage is any kind of visual graphics created to display information to a particular audience.
This is typically manifested in the form of way finding information in
places such as streets or inside/outside of buildings.
A street sign is a type of traffic sign used to identify named roads, generally those that do not qualify as expressways or highways. Street signs are most often
found posted at intersections, and are usually in perpendicularly oriented pairs identifying each of the crossing streets.
Modern street signs are mounted on either
utility poles or smaller purpose-made sign poles, or hung over intersections from overhead supports like wires or pylons. Up until around 1900, however,
street signs were often mounted on the corners of buildings, or even chiseled into the masonry, and many of these old-fashioned signs still exist in older neighborhoods.
Traffic signs or road signs are signs erected at the side of roads to provide information to road users.
With increasing speed of transport, the tendency is for
countries to adopt pictorial signs or otherwise simplify and standardize signs, to facilitate international travel where language differences can create barriers and in general to reduce the risks in driving. Such pictorial signs use symbols in place of words and are usually a result of international standards.
Such signs were first
developed in Europe, and have been adopted by most countries to varying degrees.
Custom-made signage includes all kinds of signs that are built from scratch to suit a specific requirement presented by a client or a specific project.
Custom made signage is not a part of a signage system and therefore it doesn’t consist of pre designed elementary catalogues units.
Custom made signage along with modular
signage and MCFT comprise 100% of the sign industry today
Unlimited design possibilities – Since custom-made signage is built from scratch, it offers limitless flexibility. Any unique signage configuration can be accomplished for the right price.
Unique look - Custom-made signage, by definition, offers complete freedom with regards to the way it looks. Nothing is too extravagant for this type of signage.
Custom-made signage is best suited for high budget projects that require a unique configuration or design.
Signs have very specific shapes. These shapes on signs send messages to the audience and form a set of rules that should be followed when developing signage.
The particular shapes may vary among different parts of the world.
Rectangular signs are used to portray information to an audience. This is found in safe condition signs, public information signs, and fire equipment signs.
These signs provide information to an audience. They tell where something is, what something is, and similar information.
In contrast, a circular sign is an instruction that must be followed. Both the mandatory and the prohibition signs provide instructions that cannot be ignored.
Finally, there is the triangle or the warning sign. This is used to convey danger. It can also provide information but its primary purpose it to quickly tell you to be aware and careful.
An information sign is a very legibly printed and very noticeable placard that informs people of the purpose of an object, or gives them instruction on the use
of something. An example is a traffic sign such as a stop sign.
Information signs have been growing in visibility due to the explosion of sign technologies.
For hundreds, if not thousands, of years signs were crafted out of wood.
Words and images were then hand-painted on the sign. The other traditional way of creating signs dealt with individual constructed letters carved from wood,
molded or wrought from metal, which were then individually placed in the appropriate sequence.
While both of these methods are still employed, technology has moved in around them. Woodworking machinery can now be controlled by computers,
leading to much greater consistency. Molded signage has changed dramatically with the advent of plastics, which are far more flexible than metal as well as
significantly cheaper to produce. Additionally, altogether new sign technologies have come into being, such as computer-cut vinyl signage.
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MDO or Medium Density Overlay is the most common material used for road signs and advertising signs. It is often referred to as "signboard".
It is similar to regular plywood, but the laminate layers are bonded with a more moisture resistant glue. "Overlay" refers to a paper layer on one
(single-sided Overlay MDO) or both sides (double-sided MDO).
That paper surface is intended for painting the actual sign content.
These are often made commercially on a plastic background. The banner industry has been evolving from the traditional cut-vinyl banners to banners
printed with large format & wide format inkjet printers on various vinyl and fabric materials using solvent inks and uv-curable inks.
A number of British towns and cities have whole series of banners decorating their city centers, effectively advertising the town or its special features and attractions.
The most commonly used material is a heavy weight vinyl technically known as PVC. The weights of the different banner substrates range from as light as 9 ounces
to as heavy as 22 ounces per square yard, and may be double- or single-sided. Grommets can also be added in order to facilitate hanging of the banner.
 Large banners (which can be so large that they cover the side of a building) are printed on a special mesh material so that the wind can pass through them.
Vinyl banners as listed in the International Sign Association guide are a low cost form of outdoor advertising. Most banners are now digitally printed on
large format inkjet printers which are capable of printing a full color outdoor billboard on a single piece of material.
Vinyl banners have many uses and applications. They are most often used to promote a company's logo, a special promotion, event, team or school.
Since vinyl is a very flexible as well as portable material you can see vinyl banners just about anywhere. Vinyl banners are commonly seen as billboards,
table banners, trade show banners, building banners, street banners as well as stadium flags.
A quality vinyl banner will also use an outside hem to ensure that Grommets are secured properly. Grommets are the nickel holes that enable the banner
to be hung on fence posts, walls, or on the side of buildings. In windy conditions, if Grommets are not fastened into the hem of a vinyl banner,
these grommet holes will easily tear out of the banner.
A letterhead is the heading at the top of a sheet of letter paper. It usually consists of a name and an address, and a logo or corporate design,
and sometimes a background. Letterhead may also refer to a piece of letter paper imprinted with such a heading.
There are various legal constraints on the items included in a letterhead, for example in England and Wales it may include the names of all
directors or none, but not a selection.
Advertising is a form of communication used to help sell products and services. Typically it communicates a message including the name
of the product or service and how that product or service could potentially benefit the consumer. However, advertising does typically attempt
to persuade potential customers to purchase or to consume more of a particular brand of product or service. Modern advertising developed
with the rise of mass production in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Many advertisements are designed to generate increased consumption of those products and services through the creation and reinvention
of the "brand image". For these purposes, advertisements sometimes embed their persuasive message with factual information.
There are many media used to deliver these messages, including traditional
media such as television, radio, cinema, magazines, newspapers,
video games, the carrier bags, billboards, mail or post and Internet marketing. Today, new media such as digital signage is growing as a
major new mass media. Advertising is often placed by an advertising agency on behalf of a company or other organization.
Organizations that frequently spend large sums of money on advertising that
sells what is not, strictly speaking, a product or service include
political parties, interest groups, religious organizations, and military recruiters. Non-profit organizations are not typical advertising clients,
and may rely on free modes of persuasion, such as public
service announcements. 
Money spent on advertising has increased dramatically in recent years. In 2007, spending on advertising has been estimated at over $150
billion in the United States and $385 billion worldwide, and the latter to exceed $450 billion by 2010.
While advertising can be seen as necessary for economic growth, it is not without social costs. Unsolicited Commercial Email and other
forms of spam have become so prevalent as to have become a major nuisance to users of these services, as well as being a financial burden
on internet service providers. Advertising is increasingly invading public spaces, such as schools, which some critics argue is a form of child
exploitation. In addition, advertising frequently uses psychological
pressure (for example, appealing to feelings of inadequacy) on the intended
consumer, which may be harmful.
Most yard signs in the past have been constructed from cardboard or coated paperboard of varying thickness, set onto a
wood frame with either heavy-duty staples or nails with plastic washers.
Since the late 1990s, corrugated plastic signs
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cardboard, with two outer sides sandwiching a series of flutes that give the sign structure and strength.
These signs can be either attached to a wooden structure, or set with a metal frame made of wire.
Screen printing is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil.
The attached stencil forms open areas of mesh that transfer ink as a sharp-edged image onto a substrate.
A roller or squeegee is moved across the screen stencil, forcing or pumping ink past the threads of the woven mesh in the open areas.
Screen printing is also a stencil method of print making in which a design is imposed on a screen of silk or other fine mesh,
with blank areas coated with an impermeable substance, and ink is forced through the mesh onto the printing surface. It is also known as
"silk screening" or "serigraphy".
Screenprinting is more versatile than traditional printing techniques. The surface does not have to be printed under pressure, unlike etching or lithography, and it does not have to be planar. Screenprinting inks can be used to work with a variety of materials, such as textiles, ceramics, wood, paper, glass, metal, and plastic. As a result, screenprinting is used in many different industries, including:
A campaign button is used in an election as political advertising for (or against) a candidate or political party,
or to proclaim the issues that are part of the political platform. Political buttons date as far back as President
George Washington. They have taken many forms as the technology to create an image and mass production
has allowed. In the late 18th and first half of the 19th century they were real buttons sewn onto coats, whereas
the modern forms typically have pins on the back and are therefore also called pinback The first photographic image on pins dates to 1860. Abraham Lincoln and his various opponents used the tintype or ferrotype photo process.
The first mass production of metal buttons dates to the 1896 William McKinley campaign for president with "celluloid" buttons with one side of a metal disk covered with paper (printed with the message) and protected by a layer of clear plastic.
Since 1916, buttons have also been produced by lithographing the image directly onto the metal disk. Thousands of buttons are produced and distributed to the public. A celluloid-type button is fastened to a garment using a pin on the back side of the button (in recently-produced buttons, the pin generally fits into a safety-pin-style catch). A lithographed button may fasten with a pinback or with a metal tab which folds over a lapel or pocket.
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The most common type of yard sign frame in use today is the "H frame".
The wire frames usually have at least two tines that can be inserted into the flutes of corrugated plastic signs. The tines on the other end of the frame
can be inserted
into the ground. A single or double crossbar between the two tines adds strength
and makes the entire frame one single unit. It also prevents the sign face from
sliding down the tines.
Lawn signs generally contain the name of the candidate, their party, and the office for which they are running.
Extras like slogans or the date of the election are sometimes added.
Most signs also have a notice stating who paid for it, but it is usually in
small text that is much less noticeable. This notice is often required by campaign finance laws. The insignia or the sign maker or printer's union responsible for creating the signs is often seen in the same size type.
The 30 MPH rule for candidates and businesses is important for the
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a small 'lawn sign' is best. For example, a sign roughly 18"x24" would be about right. But when speeds exceed 30 MPH, then larger lawn signs are needed.
In these cases, a minimum of 2'x4'
are necessary due to the lack of time for a driver speeding down a road or highway has to see and commit the name to memory.
Bumper stickers can be commercial, religious, secular, humorous, or in support
of a sports team or other organization.
They may promote or oppose a particular philosophical or political position. Bumper stickers are a popular way of showing support for a candidate for a government seat and become more common during election years.
Due to the movement of the vehicle and changing weather conditions, the sticker
needs to adhere well to the bumper surface. However, there are some "easy to
remove" bumper stickers and magnetic bumper stickers. Bumper stickers can be
removed with penetrating oil or a heat gun. Home remedies also include using common household items,
A street sign is a type of traffic sign used to identify named roads, generally those that do not qualify as expressways or highways.
Street signs are most often found posted at intersections, and are usually in perpendicularly oriented pairs identifying each of the crossing streets.
Modern street signs are mounted on either utility poles or smaller purpose-made sign poles, or hung over intersections from overhead supports
like wires or pylons.
Up until around 1900, however, street signs were often mounted on
the corners of buildings, or even chiseled into the masonry, and many of these old-fashioned signs still exist in older neighborhoods.
Traffic signs or road signs are signs erected at the side of roads to provide information to road users.
With increasing speed of transport, the tendency is for countries to adopt
pictorial signs or otherwise simplify and standardize signs, to facilitate international travel where language differences can create barriers and in general to reduce the risks in driving.
Such pictorial signs use symbols in place of words and are usually a result of international standards. Such signs were first developed in Europe,
and have been adopted by most countries to varying degrees.
A postcard or post card is a rectangular piece of thick paper or thin cardboard intended for writing and mailing without an envelope and at a lower rate than a letter.
Stamp collectorsdistinguish between postcards (which require a stamp) and postal cards (which have the postage pre-printed on them).
While a postcard is usually printed by a private company, individual or organization, a postal card is issued by the relevant postal authority.
John P. Charlton of Philadelphia patented the postcard in 1861, selling the rights to H. L. Lipman, whose postcards, complete with a decorated border,
were labeled "Lipman's postal card.
" Nine years later European countries were also producing postcards. The first country to actually use the post card was Turkey, in 1876.
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The United States Post Office began issuing pre-stamped postal cards in 1873.
The postcards were made because people were looking for an easier way to send quick notes. The Post Office was the only establishment allowed to print postcards, and it held its monopoly until May 19, 1898, when Congress passed the Private Mailing Card Act which allowed private publishers and printers to produce postcards.
Message on the front of a 1905 'undivided back' post card Initially, the United States government prohibited private companies from calling their cards “postcards,” so they were known as “souvenir cards.” Although this prohibition was rescinded in 1901, it was not until 1908 that people were permitted to write on the address side of a postcard.
The first postcard in the United States was created in 1893 to advertise the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Shortly thereafter the United States government, via the United States Post Office Department, allowed printers to publish a 1-cent postcard (the "Penny Postcard"). A correspondent's writing was allowed only on the front side of these cards.
Traffic signs or road signs are signs erected at the side of roads to provide information to road users. With increasing speed of transport, the tendency is for countries to adopt pictorial signs or otherwise simplify and standardize signs, to facilitate international travel where language differences can create barriers and in general to reduce the risks in driving. Such pictorial signs use
symbols in place of words and are usually a result of international standards. Such signs were first developed in Europe, and have been adopted by most countries to varying degrees.
An envelope is a packaging product, usually made of flat material such as paper or cardboard, and designed to contain a flat object, which in a postal-service context is usually a letter, card or bills.
The traditional type is made from a sheet of paper cut to one of three shapes:
the rhombus (also referred to as a lozenge or diamond), the short-arm cross, and the kite. These designs ensure that in the course of envelope manufacture when the sides of the sheet are folded about a delineated central rectangular area, a rectangular-faced, usually oblong, enclosure is formed with an arrangement of four flaps on the reverse side, which, by virtue of the shapes of sheet traditionally used, is inevitably symmetrical.
In 1876 William Irwin Martin published the Stationer's Handbook.
He worked for the Samuel Raynor & Company in New York. He created the first commercial sizes of envelopes and simply numbered them from 0 through 12.
A billboard is a large outdoor advertising structure (a billing board), typically found in high traffic areas such as alongside busy roads.
Billboards present large advertisements to passing pedestrians and drivers. Typically showing large, ostensibly witty slogans, and distinctive visuals,
billboards are highly visible in the top designated market areas.
Bulletins are the largest, most impact full standard-size billboards.
Located primarily on major highways, expressways or principal arterials, they command high-density consumer exposure (mostly to vehicular traffic).
Bulletins afford greatest visibility due not only to their size, but because they allow creative "customizing" through extensions and embellishments. Billboards are a great place to advertise business because rather than you having to find your customers, your customers will find your advertising.
Billboard advertisements are designed to catch a person's attention and create a memorable impression very quickly, leaving the reader thinking about the advertisement after they have driven past it.
They have to be readable in a very short time because they are usually read while
being passed at high speeds. Thus there are usually only a few words, in large print, and a humorous or arresting image in brilliant color.
Some of the most prominent billboards are alongside highways; since passing drivers typically have little to occupy their attention, the impact of the billboard is greater.
A brochure or pamphlet is a leaflet advertisement. Brochures may advertise locations, events, hotels, products, services, etc. They are usually succinct in language and eye-catching in design. Direct mail and trade shows are common ways to distribute brochures to introduce a product or service. In hotels
and other places that tourists frequently visit, brochure racks or stands may suggest visits to amusement parks and other points of interest.
There are also interpersonal brochures, which are brochures based on
other people. Then there are many others that you can find like in clinics that talk about our health The two most common brochure styles are single sheet,
and booklet (folded leaflets) forms.
The most common types of single-sheet brochures are the bi-fold (a single sheet printed on both sides and folded into halves) and the tri-fold (the same, but folded into thirds). A bi-fold brochure results in four
panels (two panels on each side), while a tri-fold results in six panels (three panels on each side).
Other folder arrangements are possible:
the accordion or "Z-fold" method, the "C-fold" method, etc.
Larger sheets, such as those with detailed maps or expansive photo spreads, are folded into four, five, or six panels.
Booklet brochures are made of multiple sheets most often saddle stitched (stapled on the creased edge)
or "perfect bound" like a paperback book, and result in eight panels or more.
Brochures are often printed using four color process on thick gloss paper to give an initial impression of quality.
Businesses may turn out small quantities of brochures on a computer printer or on a digital printer, but offset printing turns out higher quantities for less cost.
Compared with a flyer or a handbill, a brochure usually uses higher-quality paper, more color, and is folded.
Business cards are cards bearing business information about a company or individual.
They are shared during formal introductions as a convenience and a memory aid.
A business card typically includes the giver's name, company affiliation (usually with a logo) and contact information such as street addresses, telephone number(s), fax number, e-mail addresses and website.
It can also include telex, bank account, tax code.
Traditionally many cards were simple black text on white
stock; today a professional business card will sometimes include one or more aspects of striking visual design.
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