This interior display for a salon is installed on a brushed aluminum Wrisco backer panel. “Allure” is constructed of fabricated aluminum reverse-pan letters and the “Salon and Spa” text is painted Sintra.
This directional monument was produced for the Vancouver National Historic Reserve. Later the top cap was modified to reflect the name change to “Fort Vancouver National Site.” This monument features dimensional elements and digital print vinyl graphics.
The column wraps at this location make use of existing structures. The columns are wrapped with aluminum and faced with vinyl graphics.
This column wrap uses an existing architectural element as a branding opportunity.
The Braganza storefront signs are aluminum reverse pan letters with halo LED lighting.
This fabricated aluminum blade sign has a fun custom dimensional elephant that stands on top. The face is routed for illuminated acrylic push-thru graphics.
This structure has a cool craftsman-style top feature and illuminated tenant panels with cut vinyl graphics.
This custom illuminated monument sign has a digitally printed face complemented by faux painted posts and beams to replicate the look of wood but with the durability of steel.
This double-sided monument has aluminum faces with internally-illuminated push-thru acrylic graphics. The logo is faced with a digital print.
The cabinet on this entrance sign was built to fit the existing pillars. It has a double-faced full-color EMC for up-to-date messaging. The routed, push-thru graphics are faced with perforated vinyl so they are black during the day and light up white at night for great visibility. We also created wayfinding signs used around the …