3D Medical Office Signs for Clinics & Doctors | Bob Wade NC
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Who says that signs have to be flat?


Medical Office Signs Why not add extra dimension to your doctor’s office lobby, clinic or medial office? Medical Office Signs from Bob Wade Studios can help advertise your practice to the public and your patients. Expertly done medical office signs adds professionalism to your clinic or office and makes the atmosphere more inviting to new customers and existing patients. If you’re aiming to increase your patient base or the overall appearance of your medical office, having professional 3D signs or medical office signage is the best way.

Draw attention to your business by grabbing people’s attention curbside. Further that into the interior with medical office signs that create the most informative and aesthetically pleasing effect. Medical complexes and doctor’s office are hard to navigate, so it is imperative that you are clearly identifiable by the general public. Handcrafted medical office signs are an excellent was to drive traffic to your clinic or medical facility. 


Elevate Your Clinic With Handcrafted Medical Office Signs


Bob Wade’s Medical Office Signs and reliable, consistent and unique. Bob Wade will deliver your work on time and under budget. In a competitive marketplace full of clever marketing ploys and advertising plans, one must find new ways to stick out. That is exactly what Bob Wade’s medical office designs do, they STICK OUT! Bob Wade has always been fascinated with 3D presentations and artwork. Whether deep carved, incised or embossed, Bob Wade creates truly original signage for clinics and doctors’ offices. The additional history & mystery of natural materials, whether wood or stone,  bring their own visual dialogue to any storefront or accent wall.

The World of Signage is Not Flat Anymore.. The Future is 3D Signs!


Signs need depth and attitude. It isn’t only about the message. The world of signs isn’t flat anymore. Any shape or letter can be formed into a three-dimensional object, making it possible to present your clinic with signs that literally stand out from the rest as three-dimensional works of art. Bob Wade 3D Art and Medical Office Signs offer a wide array of materials and colors, and he can design applications for use indoors or outside signage.


Call us today to explore some of the medical office sign options we can provide.. BOB WADE STUDIOS Tel: 1-310-920-8151


Your Medical Business in 3D


3D signs create an effect of depth and space and deliver a high-impact presentation. These types of signs are perfect for indoor and outdoor medical facility signage. 3D signs can also be installed on outdoor walls to be seen from a distance, in reception areas, on monuments or on plaques.

Three-dimensional signs are also produced in color. Various materials are used to produce the signs, and the materials used are determined by the location and purpose of the sign. Dimensional letters are a great way to promote your clinic or doctor’s office!

The choice of a traditional or modern look for dimensional letters will depend on the medical field you are in.  Bob Wade is an expert and can help with professional advice and ideas, driven by experience and expert knowledge of signage.


Bob’s training consists of a half-century of hands-on artwork

Offset Printing • Commercial Graphics • 3D Wood, Metal & Coated Foam Pieces • Props • Decor Art Design & Fabrication • Restaurant Interior Design • Original Folk Art • Wall Sculptures • 3D Signs • Tabletops • Paintings



Busch Gardens • Outback Steakhouse • Carrabba’s Restaurant • Holiday Inn • Peak City Grill • Whole Foods • John Klingler private collection



Contemporary Art Museum, Raleigh, NC, 2004, and “Come Out and Play” Annual Sculpture Show, Pittsboro, NC, for five years. 


Note from the artist Bob Wade: ” Whether commercial or fine, all art has a potential for excellence that is hard to conceal. To strive for that is my goal. To get public attention it may be necessary to reinvent gravity with a look so startling it insists the viewer  keep on looking. This may be mere novelty or a genuine attempt to show something never before seen on this earth. Either way, the barre is set higher and the viewer benefits. This is what I aspire to. Even  a group of lowly table tops  can constitute a horizontal art show. “