Entertainment Venue Signage & Wayfinding
Creative Sign Designs is an industry leader in developing custom signage solutions. Our solutions are developed by expert designers who understand space relations in a public place, as well as, how to incorporate eye-catching design elements. Creative’s capabilities to design, fabricate and install custom signage are ideal for any arts and entertainment venue looking to guide guests.
Creative’s custom project case studies for arts and entertainment venues showcase examples of what Creative can do for any venue.
Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts is a non-profit performing arts center located in the heart of downtown Orlando, Florida. Working with General Contractor Whiting-Turner, Creative completed the interior and exterior signage for Steinmetz Hall. View project details and photos.
Having worked with Tampa Bay Entertainment Properties on some of the Tampa Bay Lightning projects in the past, we were thrilled to be able to partner with them again on the rebranding of the USF Sundome to the Yuengling Center. The vision for this venue is to help our community connect through the energy of a crowd, providing an intimate arena so we can enjoy diverse experiences together…whether it be sports, music or other entertainment.
Creative Sign Designs was invited to participate in a collaborative design build project with our client, The Bryan Glazer Family JCC and Behar Peteranecz / Fleischman Garcia Architecture, Planning, Interiors.
The scope of work included exterior identification signage, vehicular and pedestrian wayfinding, exterior and interior amenity and ADA compliant signage.
The City of Tallahassee’s Cascades Park project was an undertaking due to the sheer amount of signage needed and landscape of the location. Upon completion, this social center would host 2.3 miles of trails for bikers and walkers, an outdoor amphitheater and open spaces for people to play, relax and enjoy good company. Creative Sign Designs was the logical choice for its custom wayfinding and branding solutions.
This project’s outdoor setting demanded the creation of a both detailed and well-planned-out wayfinding signage program. Creative’s experts fabricated bespoke hardware with materials like high-pressure laminates, stainless steel and durable etched substrates. The team is extremely proud to have made this facility worthy of the thousands who utilize it annually.
The Capitol Theatre has been one of Clearwater’s most iconic venues since the 1920s, so when it underwent a $9 million top-to-bottom renovation, Creative Sign Designs was happy to step in and assist. The venue’s owners tapped Creative’s talents for this unique job because they knew the team could remain true to the original vintage style while making the necessary material updates. The Creative team created an interior wayfinding solution, as well as, two massive outer marquee signs.
The Capitol Theatre project was a major success in showcasing Creative’s design-build and turnkey capabilities. The custom wayfinding solutions made this renowned venue easier to navigate and locate from a distance so it can continue its tradition of entertainment for years to come.
Downtown Tampa is home to several major Creative Sign Designs projects. The David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts is one project featuring the work of Creative’s team. The Straz Center’s four sets of illuminated channel letters and a 16 mm full-color LED message board are the result of more than 20,000 hours of work.
Tampa’s Performing Arts Center has been a staple in the downtown area for more than three decades and when they underwent a rebranding initiative they needed their signage to represent the Center’s evolution. View the full details of the custom architectural signage Creative’s team designed, fabricated and installed at this downtown Tampa landmark.
Downtown Tampa is home to another custom channel letter project by Creative Sign Designs at the Glazer Children’s Museum, not far from the Straz Center. The Glazer Children’s Museum is centrally located near Curtis Hixon park and the Tampa Museum of Art. In order to stand out in the growing downtown landscape, Creative’s team incorporated the museum’s custom logo and color scheme into their back-lit channel letters.
Creative’s team worked directly with museum owner, the building’s architect and contractor for the project to deliver a custom sign installation that captures the fun of the museum, and blends with the building’s exterior aesthetic.