We made this double sided MDO sign with a corrugated slider for Mr. Wilgenburg. He built this roadside frame that acts a large open and closed sign by sliding the logo panel from one side to the other. Pretty clever.
Working on the design of this project was a lot of fun. Karen, the owner, said she wated a fruit lable feel to the sign. Having grown up on … [more]
The lettering style with the distinctive M is based on a menu graphic that I came across. The design looks great on the windows, business … [more]
Panel signs come in all shapes and sizes. The Banzai Snacks sign is cut to shape to fit the building architecture. The Funnel cakes signs … [more]
We added 3/8" thick brushed aluminum VIKINGS lettering to the stadium entrance. This type of sign is low maintenance and it will last a … [more]
The was a small project consisting of 4'x4' directional signs that have the added benefit of being reflective at night. Reflective options … [more]
This lawn service trailer received a lot of positive feedback from people even before it left our shop. Seferino wanted big, eye-catching … [more]
We applied vinyl cut wall vinyl to the reception area of a growing practice of clinical social workers. This really changed the look and … [more]
This is a full coverage vinyl wrap for California Carnival. This was a quick project because all design, measurements, printing and install … [more]
Rod Johnson, president, Rod's Custom Signs Inc. DBA Sign Ranch
I started my sign business in 1990. (Doesn't seem like that long ago!)
Proud father of three sons; Matthew, Mark and Luke.
Appreciative husband of my beautiful wife, Irina. Irina runs our custom apparel business, Stitch Ranch.
At least once a year I attempt to cut carbs and eat healthier. I also plan on joining a gym someday, maybe next week.
My goal at Sign Ranch is to provide the kind of value and service to our clients that earns repeat business and referrals.
At Sign Ranch we try to take the complex and distill it into a visually simple format.
Finding the right combination of fonts, colors and graphics to convey your message is both an art and a science, and it is something that we enjoy doing everyday.