Hand painted graphics – a great example of how painted graphics can provide uniquely impactful, cost-effective signage.
We recently had the opportunity to help this private Catholic high School in Downey with signage. The two parts of the recent work are described below.
First, the institution has brought together a series of statements to focus the student’s thinking for success. These statements were printed on two sides of banners that were suspended from poles in a walkway in the center of the campus:
Next, at the new campus student store, we provided an interior wall wrap, and wall graphics inside the store. There’s also a dimensional logo sign attached to the wall in the center of the store:
Thanks very much, St. Pius X • St. Matthias Academy, for the opportunity to help your projects succeed with professional signage.
First, a hand-painted school mascot mural in Rowland Heights, completed this week:
And here’s another TGI Friday’s “Promise Wall”, hand painted in San Bernardino this week:
Recently completed a project for this self-storage facility – they had hand-painted signs from many years before. The owner thought it was time to refresh everything, so when they repainted the building these new painted graphics went in their place. We also got to provide new faces for the lighted sign out front.
Now the facility has a modern, eye catching look. Very happy client, very successful project. Here are photos: