In the city of Los Angeles, local neighborhoods have Business Improvement Districts – they are encouraged to use signage to enhance the identity of their district, with iconic images.
In the Granada Hills Business Improvement District, we were asked to provide a design for streetlight “medallions” based on a tile mural used on street meridians monuments (see above). The project was successfully installed this week.
Here is another photo of the medallion design with the meridian monument:
Here’s a photo of a couple of the medallions along the street:
There are 33 of these, same graphics both sides (66 sets of graphics). We cut, prepped, primed, and painted the aluminum with durable, custom colors.
First came the background:
Then we filled in colors:
Of course, it sounds so simple when I use so few words, but it was a good bit of work. Still – it’s a successful project, durable and attractive, and an enhancement to the entire area.