The sandwich side sits on the sidewalk outside the store in pleasant weather. It is double sided. I CNC carved the store logo that sits at the top on pieces of oak. I painted this side with a dark background and light lettering. The logo on the other side is the inverse in terms of color. See the picture of the two logos side by side. The center of the sign is a piece of birch plywood that is used to post flyers and messages. The legs are pine 1 x 3 inch boards. A length of 3/4" conduit runs across the top and acts as a hinge to collapse the sign for transport. I put locking casters on one set of legs to facilitate transport and placement. The whole thing is coated with several layers of deck preservative to protect against the weather. The sign is about 20" wide and 60" tall. I did it at cost for the store manager, a former colleague.
The other sign was made to hang in the window of the store. CNC carved and hand-painted (metallic/pearlized acrylics for the lettering) on an old piece of 2 x 6 lumber and about 24 inches wide. My design. Diagonal mirror images of mountains to fit the store's name. $25.