Chris Whitmore

Chris Whitmore is the Creative Director at Acorn Sign Graphics in Richmond, Virginia
Richmond, Virginia

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Chris Whitmore is the Creative Director at Acorn Sign Graphics in Richmond, Virginia.

Chris is an experienced designer with a demonstrated history of working in the creative industry. Skilled in Art Direction, Environmental Graphic Design (EGD), 3D modeling, Construction Documentation, Illustration, Logo Design, Branding / Identity, Typography, Film / Photography, Design + Build, and non-linear thinking.

Chris Whitmore is a strong collaborative partner with a degree focused in Art+Design from James Madison University (where he also served as an Adjunct Professor) along with immersive studies at Umbau School of Architecture.

Apart from sustainable design, Chris Whitmore is passionate about travel, riding bikes, and trying to tire out his two dogs.

Acorn Sign Graphics provides premier quality signs our customers can depend on to be found, be seen, and be remembered. From award-winning design to eco-friendly sign manufacturing, custom fabrication to long-lasting installations, we deliver comprehensive sign services to meet the needs of clients worldwide.

Each ASG associate understands that signs do more than simply identify and direct; they communicate an image and a brand. Beginning with exterior signage and continuing through each space within, signs convey a unique sense of place and personality and enhance the ways people connect to the built environment.

Before joining Acorn Sign Graphics in 2013 Chris had his own graphic Design firm called Chris Whitmore Design.

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