FEATURED VIDEO – The Making of Neon Signs – the Hong Kong Perspective

Arts Bridge features the American Sign Museum and visits with founder Tod Swormstedt, tube bender Greg Pond, and architect Paul Muller.  November 2014

This video news release was produced by Delaney Communications, Inc. as the American Sign Museum was preparing to open in its new home.  May, 2012

Here’s another view of the signs thanks to news photographer Carolyn Mendenhall

And another view via OhioTraveler.com

Watch as a crew of veteran sign painters come together on Main Street

See the story of retrieving and installing the (Mail Pouch) side of a barn.

Did you know signs are the single most valuable method of advertising?

We are proud to be part of the CoSign Project. This is an initiative which grew out of a challenge. In early 2012, Eric Avner of Cincinnati’s Haile Foundation challenged American Sign Museum founder and curator, Tod Swormstedt, to design a project that would (1) help local businesses, (2) enhance the built environment within Cincinnati, and (3) increase local visibility of the soon-to-open-in-its-new-home American Sign Museum. The result is the CoSign Project, a beautification of the Northside region, with the help of many. Read more here.

Queen City Project :: CoSign from the Queen City Project on Vimeo.

Thanks to soapboxmedia.com for their continued coverage of the CoSign Project. Here is a compilation of the signs – courtesy of Scott Beseler – now gracing the Northside neighborhood of Cincinnati, thanks to the collaboration of businesses, artists, fabricators, and the American Sign Museum.

Here’s a favorite big wall video from the Sky High folks at Colossal Media

From big walls to the delicate work of David Smith.

Words have meaning, and TYPE has spirit, and the combination is spectacular.

Antiques Roadshow visits the American Sign Museum.