Entries Tagged as 'signage'

Saratoga’s Hi-Roc Lanes Gets a New Sign

February 7th, 2011 Comments Off

{Image courtesy Saratoga Seen} via TU blog, Saratoga Seen: The owners of Saratoga Strike Zone are thisclose to approval from the city for a new free-standing sign outside the bowling alley on Ballston Avenue. Last spring I met with one of the owners, Rich Sheldon, as he was putting the finishing touches on a $4 million […]

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Saratoga National Historic Park – Southgate Signage

July 21st, 2010 Comments Off

Over the last decade Shannon-Rose Design has created numerous jobs for the Saratoga Battlefield. Recently, we created some nice, simple signage that will need updating at least once a year. We created a template that can easily be updated with new information and images. We also created a simple “You Are Here” map that completes […]

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The Day Peckinpaugh Floating Museum

September 16th, 2009 1 Comment

The Day Peckinpaugh is an enormous cargo ship that was built to run on the Barge Canal of New York State. With its low profile and large cargo hold, it could travel the Great Lakes and then pass easily below the canal bridges. After its retirement several years ago, it was turned into a floating […]

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First Wilderness Heritage Corridor Signage Panels

September 8th, 2009 2 Comments

Shannon-Rose Design created two signs for the First Wilderness Corridor. The signs were designed by Blaine Miller. Five years ago, we did the logo for The First Wilderness Heritage Corridor. Saratoga Associates managed the project at that time.

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