Larry Cohen Named to Salt Lake City Arts Council
 
 
Larry Cohen, YESCO Salt Lake design director, has been appointed to the Salt Lake City Arts Council for a three-year term. "I look forward to learning as much as I can and being a part of the arts community in Salt Lake," said Larry.
 
Larry is passionate about his work and embodies the principles of the YESCO Triangle -- Mission, Cooperation and Accountability. "For over 13 years Larry has gone the extra mile at YESCO in producing wonderful sign designs with outstanding efficiency. The Arts Council will be enhanced by his talent and passion," said Brian Brown, YESCO Salt Lake sales manager.
 
This is a prestigious designation and we are proud the Arts Council and citizens of Salt Lake City will now be able to celebrate Larry's talents along with his co-workers and customers.
 
Palms Las Vegas Building Screen
 
 
Alien Fresh Jerky Custom Sign
 
 
American Eagle Full Building Screen
 
 
A ‘sign’ of the times Wirth Watching report
 
 
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Most people can describe one or two unique neon store signs, or maybe you remember the mechanical sign that rocked back and forth.
 
Read more at abc4.com
 
YESCO Dominates the Denver Skyline
 
 
Optiv completed June 2018. The top of the sign is at a height of 568 feet. Dimensions 26' tall and over 58' wide.
 
Healthgrades completed March 2018. The top of the sign is at a height of 690 feet. Dimensions 11' tall and over 74' wide.
 
Xactly completed just last month, March 2019. The top of the sign is at a height of 334 feet. Dimensions 13' tall and over 55' wide.
 
YESCO has also installed signs for TIAA, Transamerica Poleinelli and Vertafore.
 
Quite a reach!
 
Ready for Game Day
 
 
All 30 MLB teams will be in action for the official Opening Day - March 28, 2019. We are proud of our work at the LA Stadium.
 
Iconic Sign Retired
 
 
Last look at a signature feature of downtown Logan, Utah. Edwards Furniture's giant pink neon sign has been a staple on Main Street for more than 60 years. It had been on lease with YESCO since April 22, 1959.
 
Edwards Furniture closed its doors earlier this year. The sign is being removed in the next few weeks.
 
Happy 99th birthday, YESCO
 
Forever Young! Thanks to all of our customers, franchisees, suppliers, employees and other friends.
 
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Neon Artwork at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
 
 
 
The San Francisco Arts Commission will host a lighting and dedication ceremony to commemorate a new sight-specific neon artwork on the western facade of the historic Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. Through the use of language acclaimed conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth, W.F.T (San Francisco) presents the etymology of "Civic" and "Auditorium" in white neon.
 
The neon was made and shipped from Neonlauro in San Vendemiano, Italy. YESCO coordinated and installed the artwork.
 
This is Kosuth's first permanent public artwork on an historic building in the United States.