Category Archives: Blade Sign

Project of The Month: Graduate Seattle

Western Neon is delighted to unveil the exterior sign package we fabricated for the newest Graduate Hotels location in Seattle’s University District. With thirteen locations in college towns and seven more opening in the next year, Graduate Hotels is the … Continue reading

Project of The Month: Jazz Night School

Western Neon is excited to collaborate with local nonprofit organization, Jazz Night School, to make a marquee style sign for their new Hillman City location. Founded in 2008 by current Executive Director Erik Hanson, Jazz Night School has grown in … Continue reading

Project of The Month: Trailbend Taproom

Western Neon is pleased to collaborate with the owners of The Dray and The Yard for their most ambitious project yet, Trailbend Taproom. Conceived by Jamie Butler, Travis Eaton, and Andy Walls, Trailbend Taproom was designed by Graham Baba Architects and built by Dovetail General Contractors to evoke both … Continue reading

Project of The Month: Tai Tung

Western Neon is pleased to collaborate with local restaurant and cultural touchstone Tai Tung to help revitalize a piece of Pacific Northwest history. Firmly nestled in Chinatown in the Seattle Chinatown International District east of Pioneer Square, this famous eatery is at the epicenter of … Continue reading

Project of The Month: Tankard & Tun

Western Neon is pleased to collaborate with Pike Brewing on their continuing renaissance of the Pike Place Market for their newly added restaurant space Tankard & Tun. The addition features a tiered oyster bar, public and private dining, and a casual beer deck featuring both stunning … Continue reading

Project of the Month: Uwajimaya’s Kai Market

Uwajimaya In 1928, Fujimatsu Moriguchi of Yawatahama, Japan sold homemade fishcakes from the back of his truck in the Puget Sound area while his wife, Sadako, operated their Uwajimaya store in downtown Tacoma. Today, Uwajimaya has locations in Seattle, Bellevue, … Continue reading

Project of the Month: A La Mode Pies

  “Handmade pie with a dollop of creativity.” The founder and owner of A la Mode Pies, Chris Porter, grew up with his mother’s scrumptious home cooking and baking. Watching his mother many nights in the kitchen with her Midas touch not only inspired and taught … Continue reading

Project of the Month: Red Chair Salon & Rose Theatre

Red Chair Salon      Owners and founders Howie and Amy Sennet started Red Chair Salon in 2009 on Capitol Hill. The salon is known for its individual style and feel which they describe as both fun and relaxed with professional stylists you can trust. They pride themselves on their affordable, … Continue reading

Project of the Month: Ankrom Moisan

“Create Places Where People and Communities Thrive”      Stewart Ankrom and Tom Moisan started Ankrom Moisan in 1983, “to provide integrated architectural, interior design, and urban design services to our clients.” Today they are a national firm with over 350 employees, dynamic offices in … Continue reading