by Michael McVey, Skiffleboom.com
Big thick juicy dimensional signs by Sign-A-Rama Cambridge — Cambridge, MA.
Sign GENIUS Neal Cutler demonstrates what a sucker you are for not owning a Sign-A-Rama Cambridge A-FRAME.
Edited + soundtrack music. Shot with HD Flip + FCP. You can order an A-Frame and other badass signage at SignARama-Cambridge.com
The Sign-A-Rama Cambridge Video Collection, Sept 2010 – April 2011 (Michelle Weitzel’s photography exhibit can be found in a previous post).
Buzz Lightyear: How to Make a Sign
That’s right, Space Rangers. Buzz shows you how to make the Greatest Sign of All Time. Filmed on location at Sign-A-Rama Cambridge in front of a live studio audience. www.Signarama-Cambridge.com (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Miss Massachusetts 2010: Loren Galler Rabinowitz
The beautiful and brilliant Loren Rabinowitz gives her TOTALLY UNBIASED OPINION of Sign-A-Rama Cambridge’s signs and banners before heading off to the 2011 Miss America Pagent. www.Signarama-Cambridge.com (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Neal “Lightning” Cutler Installs a Wall Sign
Sign expert Neal “Lightning” Cutler installs a wall sign. Neal Cutler is the owner of Sign-A-Rama Cambridge. www.Signarama-Cambridge.com (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Deluxe Pop-Up Banners
Deluxe Pop-Up Banners are handy little things, great for travel, showrooms, tradeshows. www.Signarama-Cambridge.com (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
By Michael McVey, Skiffleboom.com
I would say that one of the most interesting jobs I got at my sign shop, Sign-A-Rama Cambridge, was from Harvard University student Michelle Wietzel. She and her husband Billy traveled extensively throughout Pakistan and Yemen, and Michelle brought her camera. Throughout their journeys, Michelle took some fantastic pictures. In 2010, the Harvard Neighbors Gallery (Loeb House) exhibited a selection of Michelle’s photography, which I was asked to print.
It was a very fun job, and a welcome break from the monotony of corporate branding. At the show, Michelle and Billy gave me a running commentary on the images, sharing stories from their travels. Since I always carry my trusty camera with me, I got quite a bit of it on video. Flash forward to late February 2011, when I had a spare weekend for a quick edit and… voilà! A brief little video scraped together (more like salvaged) from the ever growing backlog!
Hopefully this diverts/informs a few dozen internet viewers, Harvard Neighbors Gallery gets some free PR, Michelle and Billy Weitzel get a video keepsake, and Sign-A-Rama Cambridge gets to show off their printing capabilities. Everybody wins! Except for my carpal tunnel. Maybe some Qat will help.