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When designing a monument sign with tenant panels, the decision must be made as to the color of the background of the panels. White is easy, but it may not be the most complimentary to the sign’s design. When making decisions as to whether or not to have a dark background or a white background, the choice of how the logos will be rendered becomes absolutely critical. A uniform dark background can make full color logo placement impossible. Logo colors will clash not only with each other, but with the sign itself. Logos with brown text or black borders will look terrible on a dark duranodic bronze panel. White is usually a safer bet if the client insists on color logos. If not, any dark color will work splendidly as a black and white logo can be reverse weeded from the panel face, making the logo (or text) appear white in color.