Standing Curve Sign
A fresh take on a classic sidewalk sign. The friendly round shape makes the Standing Curve Sign the perfect addition to your storefront, the curved sign will be sure to turn pedestrians into potential customers.
- Powder-coated aluminum construction (100% rust-free)
- Delivered blank, ready for your own branding
- Lifetime Warranty
- Enjoy 100 Day Returns
- Plastic-Free Packaging
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
Tracked Courier Rates from:
$10 USD within the United States via UPS
$12 CAD to Canada via UPS
For orders outside of the USA, customs fees may apply.
Returns are accepted within 100 days of receiving your order. For more info, please see our Returns and Exchanges policy.
Does the Standing Curve Sign come with screws for mounting?
No, the Standing Curve Sign is a free-standing footpath/sidewalk sign.
How can I stop the Standing Sign from blowing over in the wind?
Our lollipop sign has a hollow base that you can fill with water to weigh it down in windy weather.
Does logo printing come with the sign?
No, we sell our signs as blank and don't provide a signwriting service.
How do I get the Standing Curve Sign branded?
Your local signwriter will be able to make and apply a vinyl adhesive to the sign.
Can I use a marker pen to write on the Standing Curve Sign?
We would not recommend using any kind of pen on the Standing Curve Sign. To add a decal, get in touch with your local signwriter who will be able to help.
What other shop sign options does George & Willy sell?
What else might the Standing Sign be called?
Depending on where you are in the world, this sign could be called a footpath sign, sidewalk sign, lollipop sign, bathroom sign, pavement sign, shop sign, or open sign.
Fill it up
The base doubles as a water tank to keep your Standing Sign stable on the pavement
Rain, Hail or Shine
100% rust resistant.
Designed to last you a lifetime.
Applying a vinyl sticker
All of our Signs arrive blank, ready for you to apply your own branding from your local signwriter. It's much easier than it sounds, so we thought we'd show you how.