R2integrated's light display atop 400 E. Pratt could be a sign of the times

October 17, 2013 -- Apple Signs' new client R2integrated has staked their claim as a landmark location in Baltimore's Inner Harbor with a new color-changing LED sign to be installed soon. The Baltimore Business Journal highlighted the sign in a recent article.

Kevin Litten, Staff Reporter, says: "As Apple Signs begins removing the Baltimore Examiner's logo to make way for the new color-changing R2integrated sign next week, it's worth wondering whether more signs like it will pop up along the Inner Harbor." "Advances in LED lighting and computer technology have cut the cost of having a high-tech sign that can put a company's name in lights."

Read the article here.