Local Artist Completes Exterior Signage for BCC Headquarters
The Better Communities Collaborative is excited to debut our new office signage recently installed on our headquarter building within the Southern Mill Complex in Athens, Georgia.
The BCC Vision
“The unveiling of the Better Communities Collaborative logo on our Athens headquarters is symbolic of our commitment to fostering a family of innovative businesses with the unified mission of working toward a better tomorrow,‘” said Jon Williams, President and CEO of Better Communities Collaborative. “The prominent placement of the BCC logo reflects that, while we may be comprised of a network of individual companies, we are better together in realizing our shared vision of building better communities through innovative design, effective and efficient engineering, and a focus on sustainability and quality of life.”
It was crucial to the BCC team that the logo installation be compatible with the building’s rich colors, intricate brick textures, and historic celebration of Georgian artistry, due to the building’s history as the adaptive reuse renovation of an old textile mill. With that in mind, the BCC set out to identify a local artist to hand paint the firm logo onto the exterior of the building’s front face. Soon into the search, we found the perfect candidate in Levi Dilley.
About Levi Dilley
Levi Dilley, 20, is both owner and operator of Signs and Wonders. For going on three years, Levi has been putting paintbrush to pavement, brick, drywall, and a variety of other surfaces to create beautiful signs, help businesses maximize recognizable branding, and capture the hearts of local towns. In his signs, Levi enjoys representing the traditional aspects of the craft, utilizing old school fonts, bold lines, and intentional colors. His favorite part about his work is working with clients to transform their vision into a painted reality, whether that means designing the colors, logo, and mural for them from start to finish or working with their existing branding. To learn more about Levi and his work, please visit www.signsandwonders.work.