Federal Heath Sign (Oceanside, Calif.) is celebrating its 115th year in the sign industry. It was established as Federal Electric Company on March 25, 1901, when its founders saw the opportunity to use electric signs and incandescent lighting for advertising messages.
FocusEGD (Dallas) and Harbinger (Jacksonville, Fla.) collaborated on signage for Uptown at The Crescent, a unique community of office, retail, fine dining and a luxury hotel in “the most iconic building in Dallas.”
GableSigns (Baltimore) has changed its name to Gable, a visual solutions company. The new name reflects the company’s growth and transformation to a broader range of products, services and solutions for visual communications in the built world.
Richard Poulin, FSEGD (Poulin + Morris) is authoring Archigraphia Redux, a 40th anniversary edition of the 1975 Graphis/Walter Herdeg book Archigraphia, the first international survey of architecture and environmental graphic design. Poulin is calling for submissions to the book.
Creative Edge Master Shop (Fairfield, Iowa) has entered into a licensing agreement with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation allowing it to interpret Wright's distinctive designs in stone, terrazzo and metal materials for residential and commercial hard-surface flooring.
Pentagram (New York) Partner Natasha Jen and her team invite visitors to step into their own “egospheres” in Closed Worlds, an exhibition at the Storefront for Art and Architecture that explores closed systems and features its own custom typeface.