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SignArt

Trust and confidence is earned when a company has proven their ability to perform. That capability largely depends upon that company’s history and knowledge derived from experience and participation in projects with a similar scope to your project. SignArt has a proven track record with managing regional and national sign projects and signage conversions for one location or hundreds of locations at a time.

Little

At Little, we are dedicated to breakthrough ideas that create a better future.

We believe that the collaboration of diverse people from many fields of design is a powerful source of breakthrough ideas. That’s why we’re committed to building an increasingly diverse firm, made up of people with different areas of expertise, from different cultures and generations, with different talents, experiences and passions – because we believe that it is at those intersections where the next great ideas will emerge.

Trademark Visual, Inc.

Trademark Visual is a worldwide fabricator of environmental graphics, custom architectural signage and exhibit signage.  Our team of craftsmen & craftswomen has been producing interior and exterior signage, displays, exhibits and large format graphics for over 25 years.  We handle every aspect of the program from design assist, engineering, project management, fabrication and installation to future service.

Second Story and NanoLumens Design World’s Largest Native 4K Display

Second Story and NanoLumens Design World’s Largest Native 4K Display

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Second Story recently completed work on a jaw-dropping piece of generative art for the world's largest 4K LED wall, which was built by NanoLumens. Titled "Unify," the installation is a mesmerizing and massive 64-by-36 feet, designed especially for Legacy Union, Charlotte North Carolina's stunning new 10-acre mixed-use development. 

Phil Freelon, Architect Who Helped Design Smithsonian’s African American Museum, Dies at 66

He led a consortium of several architectural firms — formally known as the Freelon Adjaye Bond/SmithGroup — that won the design competition for the National Museum of African American History and Culture in 2009.

Bank of America Stadium Implements Digital Media Program Enabling Fans to Leave Seats Without Missing Action on Field

As part of a significant renovation program at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, Sensory Interactive created a new digital media program for the stadium’s club-level restaurants, bars, and concourses.

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