A Different Angle on Sculptural Signage

A recent trip to Duluth (more on why later) turned up additional examples of the what I’ve called the Bohnhoff style of sculptural (or three-dimensional) signage.

Here’s a salon with an interesting name and an eye-catching sign and a store that obviously sells handbags and features a sign that stands out against the industrial siding.

I’m still fond of the signs that hang perpendicular to the building but these latest examples have helped me to see that signs running parallel to the building can be effective too.