ORAFOL is a leading global manufacturer of premium vinyl graphic products, reflective solutions and adhesive tape systems used in signage, graphics, industrial, traffic, and safety applications.
Designers and signage companies across the world use ORAFOL materials to create unique graphic, signage and environmental solutions resulting in dynamic exhibits, impactful vehicle wrap advertising, quality wayfinding systems, and highly reflective traffic control signage.
As Regional Manager of the Pittsburgh territory for APCO Signs, Steve Harroun works closely with architects, designers, and clients to ensure successful completion of their projects. With over 10 years of experience in the sign industry, he can provide consultation on every aspect of a sign program’s development, deployment and long-term maintenance.
Steve Harroun’s focus has been in the medical, government, academic, and corporate fields, which often require a comprehensive approach to signage systems and benefit from the use of modular products.
Lisa Humrich is the Marketing Department Head at ORAFOL Americas. She earned an MBA from Kansas State University and a Bachelor's in Economics from Armstrong Atlantic State University. Lisa oversees development and management of ORAFOL America's marketing strategies for its’ broad line of pressure sensitive vinyl films, reflective solutions and tape products throughout the United States, Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean. She directly reports to the ORAFOL America's President & CEO.
T.J Daly is co-chair for the Richmond Chapter.
T.J. joining Acorn Sign Graphics marks a strategic milestone in the company’s journey over the past ten years with growth from a small, local sign company of 5 Associates to a leading national provider of custom architectural signage with more than 40 Associates.
Masterwork Plaques is a studio focused on the creation of custom plaques and specialty metal signage. Founded by a team of sculptors and public artists, we are skilled collaborators, working with designers and architects on creative problem solving for wayfinding, branding and interpretive projects. Our studio’s mastery of traditional metal techniques allows us to develop new and dynamic ways to incorporate metal signage into contemporary installations that are long-lasting and visually unique.
EverBlock® Systems, LLC. is a leading manufacturer of modular building systems and has provided design services to clients and companies all over the world.
EverBlock’s full line of modular building blocks are used to build temporary and permanent walls and room dividers, event and trade show exhibits, furniture, props, decor, retail displays, educational learning, and so much more.
Matt Pyke is a UK based artist and designer. He is the founder and director of Universal Everything, a digital art and design studio inventing new forms of moving image for the screens of the future.
With a background in botanical and technical illustration as well as design and typography, Matt Pyke’s work explores the tension between abstract and figurative form. His expressive, vibrant digital artworks are embodied with emergent life and anthropomorphism.
Grace Heraty is a designer and project manager at Masterwork Plaques, a specialty plaque-making studio located in Brooklyn, NY. Grace graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting, and has since pursued a career in the creative field of art and design.
The Walton Team is committed to delivering superior quality, service, and performance through installed signage systems that leverage your brand to achieve superior results for your business! With over thirty years of experience, Walton is a uniquely qualified partner.
Sign Age Inc. is the premier Environmental/Experiential graphics fabrication fulfillment company delivering superb customer experience through 110 years of industry experience. We build and install complete environmental/experiential graphic solutions for every commercial interior and exterior application including architectural, dimensional, ADA, industrial and directional.