The juxtaposition of a dimensional white logo on a flat red backdrop is sophisticated and energetic.
One of Connecticut’s leading law firms displays their name proudly with reception wall letters made by ARTfx.
For Engelberth Construction, Colchester Vermont, ARTfx supplied pin-mounted
acrylic letters sprayed black, white and red. Mounting individual forms such
as these on rough masonry surfaces requires skill and patience.
Updike, Kelly & Spellacy
For a true work of art, cut acrylic forms were sprayed in architectural low-luster finishes mixed precisely to match this law firm’s corporate color palette.
ARTfx designed this logo and then brought it to life as an interior wall sign. A global hemisphere provides a perfect counterpoint to an encircling script comprised of a "b" and its exact inverse - the "g."
ARTfx brought this well recognized Connecticut manufacturer’s logo to life with dimensional welded-aluminum letters intersecting the sculpted and gold-leafed iconic colt for the lobby.
A clear-coated, perforated steel background matching a nearby spiral staircase displays dimensional letters and a sculpted flame. The metal frame suspends the logo at an angle parallel to a reception desk.
A logo comes alive with the depth of dimensional stainless steel and the repetition of custom-printed wall covering.
Occasionally, allies in the trade, such as 12-Point SignWorks of Franklin, Tennessee, call on ARTfx for the most demanding projects like this compound-curved, halo-lit, stainless steel arch featuring suspended acrylic sign panels, a significant sculptural “promise, mission and vision statement” for the lobby of Ascend Federal Credit Union in Tullahoma, Tennessee.
Corporate identification as an interior design component can be interpreted in an endless variety of materials and finishes.