We just put three brand new bar signs on our site and two of them we designed all by ourselves, right here in our marketing department! We’re pretty excited about them, so we thought we’d put them here on the blog – just in case you don’t stalk our What’s New page on a regular basis.
I’d like to introduce you to the two KegWorks originals. First, we have the Man Cave Rules sign to help you lay down a decent code of conduct in your most important space. Some rules (like “hydrate with beer” and “belch freely”) just beg to be posted on the wall.
The second sign we designed ourselves is a playful (and quite clever) adaptation of a British sign that was created to boost morale way back in 1939, after the outbreak of WWII. It read, “Keep Calm and Carry On” with the symbolic crown of King George VI. The plan was to issue the sign only upon the invasion of Britain (by Germany) but seeing as that never happened, the sign was never publicly displayed. It was rediscovered about 60 years after the war ended and has become somewhat iconic since its comeback. We took some liberties and changed the “Carry On” part to “Drink Beer” just because it seemed like a fun idea and honestly, if we were being invaded, that would probably be the most sound advice we’d have to offer.
The third sign is a reproduction of an absinthe ad for J. Edouard Pernot with artwork by Leonetto Cappiello. To be honest, I’m no art connoisseur. In fact, I’m not even really sure who that guy is but what I do know is that the sign looks really awesome, especially for $19.95. One thing that I do know about art is that it’s typically expensive, so if you can get a great looking piece to add to your décor for less than $20, that’s a good deal.
So, there you have it – three great new metal signs to add to your bar walls – all for $19.95.
[techtags:BAR SIGNS, MAN CAVE RULES, KEEP CALM DRINK BEER, ABSINTHE PERNOD]