Monument Signs As Sculptures

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Have you ever heard the phrase, “form follows function”? This was coined by Louis Henry Sullivan, although he credited the origin of the concept to an ancient Roman architect. Sullivan was an American architect and has been called the “father of skyscrapers” and “father of modernism.” He was also a mentor to Frank Lloyd Wright. Basically, the principle is that the shape of an object should be primarily based upon its intended function.

The purpose of a monument sign is to first make your business easy to find. Second, it’s used to advertising your business to current and prospective customers. Third, is that with a custom configuration, colors and creative design elements, your monument sign will strengthen your brand identity. If designed correctly, a monument sign will not only promote your business, but also become a work of art for all to enjoy.

At KORT Sign Design, we believe your monument sign should be considered a piece a sculpture. It should intrigue its viewers from all angles, and make them remember you for your artistic appeal – no matter what industry you’re in. Whether your vision is simple or complex, our artists will work with you to design a sign that will be a legacy to your business (and fits your budget).

Let’s start planning your new or updated monument sign today. Permits and production can take up 12 weeks – after the design is approved. By the time your sculpture is ready, the ground will be thawed and ready for installation. 763-432-7630

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