Carolyn’s Cuisine

Carolyn’s Cuisine

During the 1970s and early 1980s, most of Fort Collins’ current suburban sprawl was rural farms and fields. It’s hard to imagine now, but Harmony Road was mostly a dirt road. None of the southeast residential areas were developed. Further, there was little...
Creature Comforts

Creature Comforts

Hand-carved, gold leaf letters highlight Paxton Signs’ new Creature Comforts Pet Retreat sign. Locally owned, the pet retreat sits in a sunny foothills location on the west side Loveland, Colorado. Their mission is to provide your pet with a safe, clean loving...

Is Gold Leaf A Good Choice?

Gold leaf. Shimmering, seductive, worthy of statuary and tombs for ancient gods, and for numerous works of art through the ages. The Egyptians were the first to perfect the process, followed by  improvements that resulted in a technique that has changed little for...

River Stone Resort

Throwback Thursday! Featuring River Stone Resort 2009… River Stone Resort sits on a particularly beautiful section of Fall River. The  river and road descend from Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Fittingly, they’re known as the “less...

Twin Moose Yogurt Company

Throwback Thursday, featuring Twin Moose Yogurt Company, Breckenridge, Colorado – 2012 At Paxton Signs, we think of our sign work as “communication art.” In contrast to harsh, overpowering, highway billboards, neon signs, or other aggressive outdoor...

Diamond Peak Goldsmiths

Throwback Thursday at Paxton Signs,  Featuring Diamond Peak Goldsmiths – 2004. In the sign industry – basically, in all outdoor advertising – simple is better. When designing an interesting, effective sign, less is more. Although most businesses...