Great design for great people
A game-changing year for RAMSIGN. With public interest heating up, Nick turns his focus towards the consumer market where he sees a big potential. Inspired by the classic blue European street signs and house numbers, Nick introduces the iconic Metropolitan Collection .
Ramsign appears in Bo Bedre magazine
Ramsign is featured in the leading Danish interior design magazine. An advert helps sell the Metropolitan House Numbers which are always kept in stock. Readers can phone in their order, and Nick would pick, pack and ship their sign the same day, including original mounting materials to ensure flawless installation.
The Highlander Collection makes its debut
This year sees the arrival of the Highlander Collection which features an elegant black double trim on a pure white background. The collection, comprising both house numbers and nameplates, is inspired by the early Scandinavian designs from the 1800’s. This popular design, that was originally used for text signs only, soon spread to all types of signs.
A Danish hero lives on
Nick introduces the Engelhardt Collection based on original drawings by Denmark’s first industrial designer, Knud V. Engelhardt. The collection is a tribute to Engelhardt’s iconic work and a celebration of Danish design. The story is later featured in a full page article in the Danish newspaper, Villabyerne.
Nick introduces two casual designs
In designing the Arrowhead and Lighthouse Collections Nick takes his inspiration from Denmark's rugged, ever-changing landscapes. Their rustic charm not only complements the other collections, but provides a new expression advantageous for those seeking a casual yet classic look.
Nick opens his first online store
To celebrate the new millennium, RAMSIGN launches their first online store ramsign.dk for the Danish market. The birth of the online store makes the customer an even more integral part of the design process. Shortly after, RAMSIGN launches an international site, ramsign.com, putting enamel signs on the world stage.
Ramsign Goes Global
Thanks to the internet, RAMSIGN becomes known across the world. For the first time, homeowners from the United States to Australia are able to enjoy the craftsmanship and tradition of enamel signs. In 2007, RAMSIGN launches online stores for the Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, German and Japanese markets.
Nick celebrates 30 years of enamel sign making
Since 1991, businesses and homeowners around the world have proven their support for Nick’s project by putting their money where their mouth is. We invite you to discover a legacy that continues to inspire.