CoSign Article Published in Signs of the Times’ March 2017 Issue

An article about the past and future development of the CoSign program, which promotes economic development in communities by uniting designers, fabricators and end users to produce better signs, has been published in the March 2017 issue of Signs of the TImes magazine. Authored by FASI Executive Director Wade Swormstedt, the article outline the three iterations […]

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American Sign Museum Featured in New York Times Best Seller Book

Atlas Obsura, a compilation of “over 600 of the most curious and unusual destinations around the globe,” reached #1 on the New York Times best-seller list, even though it was only published in September 2016. It includes places of interest on every continent (yes, even several items from Antarctica!), and it includes a feature on […]

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American Sign Museum Expands CoSign Program Nationwide

The American Sign Museum (ASM), Cincinnati, has announced that its CoSign community-revitalization program, which partners local business owners with artists and sign companies to create new signage, is being replicated in in six cities nationwide, announced Tod Swormstedt, Executive Director of the ASM. ASM first introduced the program in 2012 in Cincinnati’s Northside community, in […]

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American Sign Museum Initiates Sign Restoration Compilation

The American Sign Museum (ASM) (www.americansignmuseum.org) has been compiling information about signage-restoration projects throughout North America for approximately a year. ASM Founder Tod Swormstedt touched on these initial efforts at the National Signage Research & Education Conference held at the University of Oklahoma on October 10-12, 2015. Future possibilities include a group and/or event devoted to […]

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