Welcome to Iceland Solstice Sign Co. I sincerely thank you for visiting us today. Our company was born from the love of a country and we are designing products for people like us who are passionate about Iceland. We want to connect with you in every way possible. We want to share our passion and art with others. Please keep in touch with us through our site, social media, and email. We would love to hear suggestions and even more so, we would love to see our artwork and how it fits in your life. 

A few days ago we got an image of our first samples and we wanted to share that with you. When we launch our products we will have at least 6 metal sign prints to chose from and hopefully a few other things we are working on as well.

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We have been working on the ISSC Instagram for about a month now and we just hit 1000 followers. We can’t say how thankful we are for the support! We have made an amazing amount of progress over the past few weeks specifically. Our full order for our first batch of products has been placed and we are on track to have them in your hands by September! 

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We are proud to present the new Iceland Solstice Sign Company logo! We teamed up with our long time friend Chris Delorenzo to come up with the concept and have him bring it to reality. The Arctic Fox stuck out to us because it is the only native land animal in Iceland. It is always something that has stood out to us as a symbol of Iceland’s legacy dating back to the ice age. We are so thankful to have Chris on our team and together we plan to bring you many more pieces of art. 

Microchip Technology Inc. falls on revenue warning

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Microchip Technology Inc. warned Thursday that fiscal 2015 second-quarter sales will fall short of earlier guidance. The company said it expects net sales for the quarter ended Sept. 30, 2014 to be about $546.2 million, including $16.9 million from its recent ISSC acquisition vs. previous guidance of $560 million to $575.9 million, including $18 million from the ISSC acquisition. “The revenue miss was led by China,” said Steve Sanghi, Microchip’s President and CEO, in a statement.

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