PLAQUE MICHELIN VILLEDIEU ROAIX
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The D7 is a departmental road that connects Carpentras with Mirabel-aux-Baronnies. In Villedieu, located in the department of Vaucluse, a modern traffic sign now stands at the village café, presumably replacing an original Michelin sign. Our client from Villedieu commissioned us to design this Michelin-type sign with utmost precision in accordance with Michelin’s “execution and setting,” and it serves its purpose in Villedieu. The colors, three fonts, and proportions were taken from similar plaques, showcasing the special Michelin look.
The D7 is a departmental road that connects Carpentras with Mirabel-aux-Baronnies. Recently, in the village of Villedieu in the Vaucluse department, a modern traffic sign has been installed at the local café, undoubtedly replacing an original Michelin sign.
Our client from Villedieu commissioned us to design a new sign that closely follows the Michelin “execution and setting” standards, and it now proudly serves the village.
The colors, three types of fonts, and proportions have been replicated from similar plaques, capturing the authentic Michelin look.
The plaque is made of solid beech and reinforced with sturdy struts. The finishing is entirely made of authentic materials, and the plaque is coated with a durable and weather-resistant PU resin.
We can produce Michelin signs with the desired specifications and dimensions for any desired indication, using the authentic Michelin look from the 1930s or later.
Michelin has been a leader in the tire industry for over a century, and its iconic Bibendum mascot and distinctive branding have been recognized worldwide. In the early 20th century, Michelin began to provide motorists with road maps and hotel and restaurant guides, which were accompanied by informative signposting. This effort was essential in promoting car travel and tourism.
Michelin signs have become an integral part of French history and culture. Many of these signs are still visible on the roads today, serving as nostalgic reminders of France’s past. These signs are highly sought after by collectors and car enthusiasts worldwide, and their designs are frequently replicated to create a vintage look.
In conclusion, the new Michelin-style sign in Villedieu is a testament to the brand’s timeless and distinctive design. It serves as a functional signpost while adding a touch of nostalgia to the village’s streetscape. Our company’s ability to replicate the authentic Michelin look allows us to create bespoke signs for any purpose, providing clients with a unique and nostalgic design that captures the essence of French history and culture.