Wayfinding and Directional Signage
Signs That Exhibit Style, Quality and Longevity
Since 1958, architects and designers have specified Metalphoto for high-value signage projects. Applications include high-detail/resolution outdoor signage, photographic productions, large-format facades, donor recognition and others.
Metalphoto photosensitive anodized aluminum allows you to capture rich, photographic quality images inside of metal – providing unmatched longevity and the durable, modern look of anodized aluminum. Because Metalphoto is a photographic process, its image resolution, clarity and durability are superior to printed or etched signs. The Metalphoto image is cleanable, graffiti proof and impervious to sunlight and abrasion.
We offer a wide range of sign materials, colors and finishes with high-performance adhesives and/or mechanical attachment options to help you achieve the look you want. MPC's advanced printing and fabrication capabilities allow us to manufacture architectural and interpretive signs most befitting for your application while keeping costs down.
Still not sure what you need? Let us help...
I need new signs. How do I start?
Excellent question! There are many things to consider when deciding which material and printing process would be best for your signs. Contact our customer service team and we can help guide you through the following questions to help create the signage you need:
Will your signs...
- Be located inside or outside?
- Be exposed to harsh chemicals, solvents, abrasive materials, salt or any sort of rough treatment?
- Need resistance to extreme temperatures?
APPLICATION & MOUNTING:
Will your signs be mounted...
- With screws?
- With adhesive?
- To a wall?
- To a sign holder?
- Something else?
Would you like your sign to be...
- Black only?
- Just a single color?
- Multiple colors?
- A photographic image?
How many signs will you need...
- Just a few?
- Only one?
Do you need to display different information, such as "you are here" notations, floor numbers, different names, etc.?
- No, each sign is the same.
- Yes, each sign is the same, with only 1-2 slight differences.
- Yes, each sign is completely different.