Allied Computer Graphics (formerly known as Allied Compugraphics) was founded in 1983 as a commercial sign shop serving the South Florida market. We have operated under the same continuous ownership and management by its founder from 1983 to the present.
1984 to 1995
Provided dedicated wholesale to the trade vinyl letter and graphics services to sign companies located throughout the United States.
Developed and manufactured the Scrappy™ Friction Feed Adapter for 15 inch plotters manufactured by Gerber Scientific Products, Inc.
Developed and published the FontFinder™ Typeface Identification System, which was the first computer program to successfully identify typefaces from a printed example.
Developed and published the Plotter Art™ Corporate Logo Collection.
Developed and published the first release of Plotter Art™ Originals vinyl-ready clipart for signmaking.
Added Gerber Edge® Print-N-Cut vinyl production services for wholesale and retail clients.
Developed & published an expanded release of Plotter Art™ Originals vinyl-ready clipart for signmaking adding more than 700 new illustrations to the collection.
Assumed ownership and management of Signs101.com, our popular forum for signmaking and graphics professionals.
Entered into distribution of Vector Art™ and other quality brands of digital artwork.
Developed and published the Plotter Art™ Print-N-Cut Color Collection of clipart for signmaking.
Developed & published the Plotter Art™ Voodoo Graphix Extreme vehicle graphics digital art collection for print-n-cut signmaking systems.
2007 - 2008
Developed & published the Plotter Art™ Seamless Texture Tile Volume 1 and Volume 2 high resolution digital art collections.
Developed & published the Plotter Art™ Seamless Texture Tile Volume 3 high resolution digital art collection.
2008 - 2016
Managed the Signs 101 forum and Allied Computer Graphics websites, produced Edge printed signs, decals and labels for the trade and the public and continued to develop new digital art.
Sold the Signs 101 forum, moved to Olympia, Washington and continue to develop new digital art.