Gallery of Posts and Informational Signs
Signs Signs Signs!
We have put together a PDF file of signs created by our Picture Post volunteers and contributors to give you ideas for making a sign for your project.View and download the PDF file View and download our editable sign template (PDF)
This artistic post was made from scrap wood and hand-painted by children. It was installed by Krista Kovach-Hindsley on her backyard fence in Kansas City, MO.
The Nature Conservancy (TNC) is installing Picture Posts on important conservation lands. To help people who happen upon the post take pictures in the correct order, TNC marks the start (1) and stop (8) points on the octagon with red and green duct tape. Instructional signs walk users through the process.
This post was made from all recycled plastic lumber. It was installed by Jeff Beaudry on Mackworth Island in Falmouth, ME.
This is one of the original picture posts built by John Pickle. Located in Menotomy Rock Park in Arlington, MA, it was built using plywood and varnished to withstand weathering. But even so, John has replaced these with the plastic lumber tops.Instructions
This is a plastic lumber post top attached to an existing sign at the Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH. The site is an archeological site from WWII and no holes can be dug!
This is a plastic lumber post top placed by Annette Schloss on the corner of her backyard deck. The top was not attached but brought inside in between picture takings. Sadly, after a year of pictures, the deck was replaced with a room addition to the house. A new post was added!