The Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, Florida is a beautiful location with amazing collections on permanent display. They also have “visiting” collections and exhibits that travel around the country that they are fortunate enough to house for a few months. When this happens, they return to Premier Signs of Tampa to create their new marketing displays to let everyone know.
The partnership of MFA and Premier Signs is one that has been ongoing for several years. Of course a repeat customer is important to Premier Signs, but the partnership is equally valuable to MFA. When it is necessary for them to change out signage or add additional, being a repeat customer puts them way ahead. Premier Signs knows the location, inside and out, and their equipment, like banner stands or wall sizes. Having provided frames, stands and signs previously means their is no need for new measurements or information on what is being replaced. Time is spent instead on the new custom graphics that can be ready for printing and delivery more quickly.
The museum’s newest signs are indoor fabric banners that are displayed on floor stands, as well as lightweight outdoor cloth city banner flags attached to lamp posts throughout the downtown area. Both feature full color digital printing of high resolution that is also durable enough for each application.
<- Large format vinyl Banners Aluminum monument sign with -> hung over front exterior vinyl graphic outside, front entrance
Inside the lobby of the museum also affords many opportunities for signs both informational and aesthetic!
Premier Signs has produced multiple signs of various materials such as full color vinyl prints that cling to their windows to beautiful canvas color prints that are stretched and mounted in aluminum snap frames. These clever frames also allow inserts to be easily traded out and kept for future usage depending on the message. The museum is a popular venue for weddings and other one time events so a personalized event poster can be placed in the frame and then changed back easily.
Even The Museum Store needed a sign. They made use of the window transoms above the entry doors and used white vinyl lettering of varied sizes to make a classy title sign that still allows plenty of light into the store. Other glass surfaces throughout the building utilized more white vinyl to display store and museum hours of operation, keeping the look simple and cohesive.
Would your business like to get on track to be Premier Signs next repeat customer? Just contact them today at 813-914-7006 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org., and the professionals at Premier Signs will love to start a long lasting partnership, designing for your signage needs for years to come.