This Oregon-shaped event sign is inspired by the distinctive entrance signs found at our national parks.
On order for a themed dance event: a sign with inviting, luscious lighting and lots of vintage character.
A hand-lettered Lucy rendered in plywood and paint.
Three super lightweight twelve-foot-wide hanging backdrops with repositionable letters.
An arms-width keepsake painted to be written on with metallic markers.
I wanted to make a sign that looked like a single slab of plywood, but was internally lit. This lightweight, hollow-core design is meant for hanging against a window.
Covering the process of translating an existing piece of artwork into a multilayered laser engraving.
A small batch of lasered and painted plywood signs to deter spammy knockers and doorbell ringers.
“Keep the Saturn in Saturnalia”
Painted signage at The Zipper to help folks find the bathroom and the way out. Also, an admonition to keep drinks within their legal perimeter.
A pair of matching, low-profile signs for Guerrilla Development and Brett Schulz Architect.
Hand-lettered panes on the front and back with beautiful, even, LED illumination.
Ornate Lettering on Rustic Sign
Building the Sign Panel The Rock Drawing the Letters
Made of 2″ EPS Insulation foam. Leaves
Bones in ivory on a narsty old board.