As an important creative element of any park, building, shop or other space, signage has the ability to give people a first and sometimes lasting impression.
The different kinds of signage seen nearly everywhere have become a charming part of urban and rural landscapes.
In December 2021, the Urban Management Bureau in the Wujiang District of Suzhou held a signage competition.
The competition aimed to propagate and cultivate the district’s aesthetic as well as beautify the “urban waist line” of Wujiang.
10 “Signs with Best Character”
Almost one thousand designs were submitted for the competition, “One Hundred Best Signs” and “One Hundred Best Designs” were reviewed via expert discussion and online voting, and the awards included 10 signs to be awarded as “Signs with Best Character” and another 10 to be awarded “Designs with Best Character Value”.
10 “Designs with Best Character Value”
The Six Arts Museum is very honored to be recognized as one of the winners of the “One Hundred Best Signs” award!
We’d like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to the judges and local community for their recognition and support.
The Six Arts Museum integrates ancient Chinese architecture design with brilliant colors and modern design elements, which has enjoyed great popularity among locals and tourists at home and abroad.
Signs were the carrier of traditional Chinese commerce culture and embody a rich culture and artistic aesthetic.
The competition has prompted us to make even more contributions to the surroundings and culture of Lili Ancient Town.
Six Arts Museum Signs Gallery