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Archive for March, 2017

TBT, Bird of Paradise Mural

In 2002 we were commissioned to paint a mural for the CDC El Cajon. We were asked to depict something for the rebirth of downtown El Cajon. The inspiration came to us as the Bird of Paradise, out of the ashes rebirth! It was a fun project that gave us a chance to show off our fine art side and do some airbrushing “in plein air”.

We make a ton of signs, banners, wraps, but this was an opportunity to do something that brought beauty into our world. It was painted in an alley way that people walked when going from a parking lot to the theater. I always imagined it would be a great surprise, turning a corner and being greeted by a colorful mural.

Do you an area that needs a fresh look? Maybe something that uplift your store or neighborhood? Give us a call we’d love to help you out!

Bird of Paradise award

Ribbon cutting time!

Bird of Paradise crew

The Crew!

Bird of Paradise painting2

“Man, thats a big wall!”

 

Mesh Banner for Good Neighbors

Owning a sign business has its advantages. We watched in horror as a developer took away our fantastic view and put condos 10 feet from our back fence. What to do? Our solution was to put up a mesh banner with a image of our former view. We think it turned out great!

Mesh Banners Can Be Used For A Variety of Sign Applications

One of the practical and pragmatic parts of using mesh banners are the ability for wind to pass through the image. This puts less strain and stress onto the supporting poles and also allows sunlight to pass through. In our case it didn’t completely block out the sun so our new neighbors could still enjoy the sunshine without having to see us, or us them!

So don’t forget to put this option into your mix of choices when coming up with a solution for your banner and sign needs.

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