This was part of a set of signs and sign-retrofits we performed for the Visitors Center in P-Town.
Stop in for a beer or a fabulous meal - family friendly, bocce court, outdoor or indoor seating. Be Nice / Have Fun / Drink Beer!
"Pasture to Palate" is their slogan, and they really live it! A basic 2-sided projecting sign, digital print on aluminum.
That's right - every weekend!
Workshops, Event & Decor Services, vibrant succulents - get crafty.
We love this Sebastopol gift shop - textiles, decor, jewelry, apparel, beauty, kitchen, wellness...
This building is home to a wide assortment of creatives, massage therapists, personal therapists, designers, even a cabinet shop.
This is a shot of the sign nearly finished -
cut-out letters on a shaped background, copper leaf and faux painting
Here's how she looks all finished.
Stop in for some amazing tacos, BBQ, and a great selection of beers.
Yup, we still do hand lettering.
This is the most delightful doughnut shop in Santa Rosa - maybe even Sonoma County!
Whole darned thing is concrete.
Faces are a material we use a lot, called DiBond - super smooth, lasts 10 years plus.
This place rocks!
An outdoor summer camp for the blind - what could be any better than that?
Barnwood is a current "thing" and we
keep a supply on hand for projects like this.
Reflective letters really help when a sign is located along the road.
Gittalong little dogie
Kind of a fun one - the cut-out shapes give this one a friendly appeal.
They're in San Rafael.
The Juice House Co. is at
421 Second Street in Petaluma.
This lobby sign is painted on a very nubbly
(nubbily? nubby?) textured wall. Check out the detail in the next pic ...
Look how tight that lettering is!
We do it with a mask, and some special little tricks to keep the paint from bleeding.