Star Signs LLC is a regional and national leader in the Experiential Graphics and Commercial Sign Industry. Drawing on its experience dating back to 1979, Star Signs has built a strong reputation with its clients as a highly creative and cost-effective provider of custom signage and graphics projects.
We provide complete and dedicated project management to ensure the success of each project. In design and fabrication, we balance issues of design, technology, quality and cost to ensure we fulfill the expectations and vision of our customer.
What’s better than designing a donor recognition system for your alma mater? Designing two, of course! Michael Courtney and his team at Michael Courtney Design (Seattle) did just that, developing one for the Berney Family Welcome Center and one for The College of Architecture, Planning & Design at Kansas State University.
Shelley Rosdahl has been in the custom signage industry for 25+ years, 15+ years as a member of SEGD.
With a degree in Interior Design from Kansas State University, Shelley enjoys developing relationships with EG firms, architects, and general contractors on a large variety of architectural and commercial signage projects. Her experience ranges from architectural and environmental graphics, project management, handling of national accounts, to consulting with architects and designers on material usage, design, and fabrication of large scale projects.
Jeanna Stoll is a 35 year veteran of the design industry. Starting in 1980 as a print designer at a St. Louis, MO Ad Agency, she transitioned to Environmental Graphic Design work at Kiku Obata & Company in 1994. While at Kiku Obata she was responsible for EGD programs for various sports facilities, museums, developers and the entertainment industry.
Star Signs (Lawrence, Kans.) completed a new marquee sign for the Folly Theater in downtown Kansas City, Mo. The Folly worked closely with Star Signs in a design/build approach to create a design that not only complements the historic architecture of the building, but also creates a new icon for the city’s oldest operating theater. The theater management team was also interested in a low-maintenance and energy-efficient lighting system.
Star Signs (Lawrence, Kan.) recently completed a unique donor recognition display for Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center in Kansas City, Mo. Star worked closely with Willoughby Design of Kansas City on the overall design, which indicated levels of giving via different sizes and colors of fabricated-aluminum birds. Donor names were etched and anodized into the wings of the birds. The anodized finish allowed the natural sheen of the metal to show through, giving the display a light and lustrous appearance.
Invesco, a global investment management company based in Atlanta, approached Gensler with a design challenge to create work environments for their new 177,000-sq.-ft., LEED-Silver-certified headquarters space.
The environments needed to be not only beautiful places to work, but also sophisticated communication vehicles for the Invesco brand.