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La Marzocco (KEXP)

La Marzocco has been a leader in espresso machines since 1927. Their name stands for a lion, which is the symbol of Florence. La Marzocco USA distributes La Marzocco as well as Mazzer coffee equipment, sales, technical support, and also … 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

Essex Properties

Fountain Court is situated in the Belltown neighborhood. This location is walking distance from Downtown Seattle, multiple schools including the Art Institute of Seattle, and many other enjoyable places such as Denny Park. This is the most recent sign we … Continue reading

Big Mario’s NY Style Pizza

Big Mario’s Pizza “In the winter of 1964, Mario Vellotti emigrated from Naples, Italy to live and work on Mulberry Street in New York City. Mario made his early living tossing pizza and cooking in some of New York’s most … Continue reading

Streamline Tavern

The Streamline Tavern which used to sit upon Mercer now lives on Roy Street. With a new and bigger location, Streamline needed a sign to keep their loyal customers in and bring some new ones in addition. Their new spot … Continue reading


Homegrown focuses on what they call, “sandwich environmentalism,” which is about the treatment of people, animals, and land and how that effects the world. Homegrown has their own sprouting farms in Woodinville, WA and Discovery Bay, CA where they also … Continue reading

Caffe Vita

One of our most well known clients is Seattle’s own Caffé Vita which started in 1995. Caffé Vita today operates nine locations throughout the Pacific Northwest and has a location in both New York City and Los Angeles. Their fresh … Continue reading

Chihuly’s Glass Forest

Called “Chihuly Garden and Glass,” the 1.5-acre exhibit located at the site of the former Fun Forest amusement park in the Seattle Center, it features a cafe, patio, 50-seat theater, 16,000-square-foot garden, and a 12,000-square-foot indoor pavillion. Western Neon had … Continue reading

Uptown Espresso

Uptown Espresso was established in 1984 in Queen Anne and today has 7 locations throughout Seattle. Their signature difference outside of having expert baristas and quality products is their famous velvet foam. Western Neon has designed and fabricated three different … Continue reading

Molly Moon’s Ice Cream

You may have noticed Molly Moon’s Ice Cream expanding throughout the Seattle area. Each location uses this projecting sign by Western Neon to mark it’s place on the map. This sign is a round aluminum cabinet with vinyl graphics. Exposed … Continue reading