Finally – ICG has a visual identity from Route 89 / Taughannock Blvd!
This roadside sign has been a long time in the making, and is finally seated in its forever home at the entrance to ICG. On the very chilly morning of November 1st, our team of experts and volunteers helped install the 20′ tall iron sign welcoming those from near and far to the Garden.
The sign was designed to be dynamic, change with the seasons, and to clearly signal to all passersby that the Garden is free and open to all.
ICG cannot offer enough gratitude to all that helped make this dream a reality. Among those to thank are Sarah Fiorello, Todd Edmonds and Iron Design, Alan Vogel, Paul Paradine and NYSEG, Accufab, Yossi Bronsnick and Taitem Engineering, Durand Van Doren, Q. Cassetti, Harriet Becker, Joyce Barney, Jean Gerow, Jeanne Grace, and the City of Ithaca. The creation and installation of this identity sign was made possible with financial support from a Tompkins County Tourism Grant, the generosity of an anonymous donor and AccuFab. Check out the album on Flickr of its installation.
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