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Huston Signs/ 838 Graphics was contacted by Kim Morgan to design a custom vehicle wrap for her 1975 dessert truck. The dessert truck is used to take to community events, festivals, concerts as part of the food truck revolution to provide customers with her great tasting sweets. With input from Kim and the creativity of our in-house graphic designer, Denise Geary, we succeeded in branding this desert truck to really STAND OUT!
Huston Signs had the privilege to be a sub-contractor for Monroe Construction for the City Hall renovation project in downtown Kokomo. The impressive design for the entire renovation was provided by Mawr Design. Thank you to City Hall and Chris Monroe for using local contractors for this project!
Huston Signs had the pleasure of providing Indulgence Bakery with signage for their new location at 101 west Defenbaugh in Kokomo, IN. Indulgence Bakery creates custom cakes for special events and weddings as well as outstanding pastries! While Indulgence provides delicious desserts, Huston provides sophisticated signage.
Scott Sorensen reached out to Eight38 Graphics to have a logo created for his new business, Grants Heavy Duty Service.
Jeff McCorkle of Farmer’s Mutual Insurance called on Huston to help with a pylon sign for his new office building in Tipton. The existing sign was outdated and definitely needed replaced. Jeff wanted the new sign to be unique and also wanted it to reflect the design of the building.
Kevin Krippner with Culligan contacted Sarah Hill in regards to sprucing up their existing pylon sign. The existing sign was chipped, faded, out of date, and had their old logo on it. They wanted to brand their company with the new logo so that their sign would reflect the corporate standards of Culligan. We removed the existing faces, scraped the existing posts, painted the posts “Culligan Blue” and installed the new pan, painted, embossed sign faces with the new logo. This updated sign really makes Culligan STAND OUT!
For years now businesses have connected via phone call, document sharing, and more recently video conferencing. But what has been missing?
Huston Signs was contacted by Bob Dawson of the Kokomo Art Association’s Artworks Gallery located at 210 N Main Street in downtown Kokomo. He had seen several of Huston’s perpendicular signs installed at other downtown businesses and was impressed.
Huston Sign’s latest project can be seen at Civic Center Towers at East Taylor and Union in downtown Kokomo. The apartment complex now has a beautiful monument sign reading “CIVIC CENTER TOWER” and three perpendicular way-finding signs reading “Administrative Office”, “Accounting Services” and “Housing Services”.
Huston Signs just completed their most recent installation at Regional Chiropractic Center in Kokomo, Indiana.
It’s been 3 years of steady growth for audio/visual and home automation projects at Huston. And after all the hard work, we are proud to show off our largest and most comprehensive project to date.
This Spring, the Lebanon location of Huston Inc. decided to assist Hope for His Children in their 2013 Companies With A Mission project—Indiana Service Challenge.