City Creek Environmental Graphics and Wayfinding

Salt Lake Rising

Art, landmarks, and signage elements give City Creek, Salt Lake City's new downtown mixed-use community, a unique sense of place. 

When Brigham Young led the pioneers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Missouri west to their new home in Utah in 1847, the Mormon founders settled along a mountain creek that flowed past what is now the center of Salt Lake City.


Photo of Herm Medina of Yesco

YESCO (Salt Lake City) promoted Herm Medina to Rocky Mountain Regional Design Director. Herm has more than 20 years of experience as an industrial designer and creative problem solver, specializing in environmental graphic design for commercial, retail, sports, gaming, and entertainment venues. He will direct all work that passes through the Salt Lake and Denver design departments, responsible for ensuring that YESCO’s solutions captivate the customers' imagination and strengthen customer involvement.


Yesco (Salt Lake City) hosted Arizona Congressman David Schweikert at its Phoenix facility October 18 in an event coordinated by the International Sign Association.

“We welcome any opportunity to demonstrate first-hand how our industry works to members of Congress,” says Lori Anderson, ISA’s president and CEO. “Rep. Schweikert will learn how sign companies help America’s small businesses market themselves and keep our economy strong.”


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