This Burger King has parapets along the roof's edge that are lit with LED illumination.
J Gilbert Footwear
This sign is made from reversed, pan-channel lettering. The light doesn't show through the faces of the letters but instead shines out the back and bounces off the wall behind them. This gives the letters a unique, floating effect.
M&M Trucking Boutique
This custom sign uses a combination of both neon and LED lighting styles.
This sign uses both neon and LED illumination. The letters are lit using neon while the stripes underneath are illuminated by using LED units.
This logo is cut from black vinyl on our plotter and applied to an acrylic face. Pan-channel letters with a small cabinet.
Pan-channel lettering lit using LED illumination.
A close up look at the marquis style lighting used for this sign. The letters spell out "PLAY" and the individual bulbs give the illumination a really cool effect.
Bright colors can really make a sign stand out when lit.
This combo sign of cabinets and channel lettering is lit using LEDs.
Neon lights give a business that old school look. This is a historic sign that we restored for the Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation.
Halo-lit, pan channel lettering. The letters are lined with LEDs and shine a white light from the front, but a red light bounces off the wall behind the letters because the backs are lined with LED and red acrylic, giving it the "halo" effect.
Here are some examples of illuminated signs that Sign Magic has fabricated and installed.