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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

Ankrom Moisan

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 Portland and Seattle, and … Continue reading

80 Main

80 Main apartments are located alongside the Seattle waterfront in the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood. Western Neon fabricated both their store front and directional signage designed and requested by Artco. The front entry awning signage, measured at 5’7″x10″ is made … Continue reading


KEXP has been in Seattle for more than 40 years! Since starting out as a 10-watt station, KEXP has since expanded its rock format to a variety of music, been the first station to offer uncompressed CD-quality audio on the … Continue reading

Miller Nash | Graham & Dunn LLP

Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP comes from the Pacific Northwest since over a century ago and is known for being a creative and commited firm for their clients, community and coworkers. Their firm represents a wide array of people … Continue reading

Jewish Day School

Jewish Day School was founded in 1980 by a small group of community leaders who longed to provide an exceptional values-based, ‘whole child’ education to be delivered in a Jewish environment and made available to every child regardless of Jewish … Continue reading


Established since 1952, MOHAI museum, or the Museum of History and Industry, is Washington’s largest private heritage organization with a focus on Seattle and the Puget Sound area. Western Neon fabricated and installed a complete sign package for MOHAI located … Continue reading

City of Shoreline

Island Corporate Center