New photo-based signs were installed last week on the exterior of the Highline Heritage Museum, adding a new, more personal look to the building.

These are flat bleed “shoebox” frames of black high performance vinyl – made by Fast Signs of Burien – that measure 120-inches high by 48-inches wide.

The photos – taken by Ron Hammond – showcase the faces of diverse, local community members on the top third of the building.

Volunteers installed the big signs on Friday, Feb. 23, 2024.

“Thank you to our volunteer team, David Sousa, Jim Schulz, our wonderful photographer Ron Hammond, Tim Dalton, and his fantastic team at a Fast Signs in Burien!”

Below are photos of the new signs (click arrows or swipe images to view slideshow):

And a video, courtesy the Highline Heritage Museum:

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One reply on “New photo-based signs of locals brighten up exterior of Highline Heritage Museum”

  1. A wonderfully creative photo addition to the exterior of the Highline Heritage Museum, creating an interesting personal touch. Hats off to Nancy Salguero, executive director for her brilliant ability to bring history to life.

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