We’ve produced them out of foam and plastic for temporary use; etched and cast them out of stainless steel, brass, and bronze; and sandblasted them out of slate, marble, stone, and glass for permanent installation.
How do you make a tasteful, elegant donor recognition plaque?
A recognition plaque should be beautiful and make you and your donor feel proud. It should last a lifetime or more.
At Zebra Visuals, we ensure high quality by first developing a facsimile of the plaque, which can be used at dedication ceremonies. Afterward we cast, sandblast, carve, or cut the permanent plaques.
Who uses donor recognition plaques?
- Universities and colleges
- Parks and grounds
- Environmental and conservation groups
What types of plaques does Zebra Visuals offer?
- Sandblast stone, marble, jerusalem stone, brick
- Sandblast or screen print glass
- Etched aluminum, stainless steel, copper, bronze and brass
- Cast aluminum, bronze, or brass
Blind (hidden) mounts
- Contemporary standoffs: in stainless steel or aluminum
- Decorative rosettes, garden stakes, custom mounting
- Donor walls and trees
Complete facsimile capabilities
- Fully insured installations in wallboard, brick, concrete, or stone
Zebra Visuals is the most professional donor recognition firm we have worked with. They have executed four separate recognition projects in four different buildings/ locations and each was unique and specific to that historic site. They did a masterful job in design, precise in choice of colors, provided expert direction on lighting, reflection, glass quality/ composition. They visited each site multiple times and carefully considered installation; their installer was meticulous.
We hold in public trust 11 historic buildings and are very precise and exacting in how and where donor recognition can be placed. Even our conservators were pleased with the installations by Zebra Visuals.
We invite you to visit our Welcome Center and main office building in Newport RI (both open to the public) to see firsthand the superior quality and workmanship of Zebra Visuals. Paul, Kathryn and Kate were experts in their respective areas.
I provide this testimonial with complete confidence and no remuneration.