Nothing says “Open” like a brand new sign! Ernestine’s Man Trap needed a custom lit sign built and installed on deadline before its grand opening. Our team created the art file, fabricated each letter and installed the business sign before doors were open to the public.
Ernestine’s Man Trap is a women’s boutique that offers affordable fashion to rival the larger mall stores.
Vehicle graphics are an incredibly effective form of advertisement, especially for businesses that have company vehicles on the road frequently. For some businesses, the option to remove the graphic is essential. John Rico serves the community as a mobile notary and lecturer; he asked us to make a magnet to fit on his car. The printable magnet material is ideal for vehicles and can be easily adhered and removed.
John Rico Ministries offers lectures, training, notary, and wedding services to Los Angeles. he dedicates his time to bettering the lives of those around him.
From the street to their storefront down a small alley, A-Class Auto Body in Chatsworth needed business signs to let customers know they are open for business. The metal signs we made featured eye-catching artwork while being completely weather-resistant. To create the sign, first we digitally printed A-Class’ art. Next we laminated it and mounted it to aluminum to help extend it’s life expectancy. Once installed, it not only helped customers find their way to the business but helped make A-Class look first class.
A-Class Auto Body is located at: 10050 Canoga Ave, Unit B, in Chatsworth.
Not every business has outdoor signage in front of their building. In fact, many Los Angeles companies are tenants in large buildings with very little space for exterior signage. This puts a premium on how these businesses brand the space they do have. Gusdorf marketing caters to upscale clientele in Sherman Oaks and therefore needed to brand their office accordingly. After consulting our team, we created a window decal that resembled etched glass. This gave their hallway-facing door a polished look that also created privacy for the business.
Gusdorf Marketing is powered by a team of innovative creative thinkers, successful strategists and marketing and branding experts who will optimize your image and brand identity in a manner that encompasses all aspects, from design, to your website, your marketing campaigns and beyond.
Perfect for trade shows, meetings and presentations, pop up banners work well for portable advertisement. Using high-quality block-out banner material and our HP Latex printer, we are able to print trade show banners that look sharp even up close. We offer a variety of banner stands to fit your taste and budget.
Banners are a great way to get noticed! Blu Beverly Hills came to us to get a banner designed and printed. With a focus on high-end design details, we created a custom banner that fit within the complex sign code for Beverly Hills. Our modern extra large printer allows for the best banner printing in the industry, achieving richer colors and superior print quality. All hems and grommets were done by hand to ensure the highest quality banner.https://www.premiumsignsolutions.com/banners-and-posters
Blu Beverly Hills offers luxury residences for lease. Their commitment to resident satisfaction and 5-star living makes them a sure choice for anyone looking for a premium living space.
Rosie’s BBQ, an institution in Northridge, moved to a larger location this month. To help deepen Rosie’s iconic standing within the community, we created a complete sign package that pays homage to the restaurant’s roots.
Our ability to produce stunning custom banners on our HP Latex 360 printer allowed us to give Rosie’s a proper sendoff to start the package. We then printed a matching banner at their new location to announce their upcoming opening.
Next, we fabricated bright red channel letters to match their previous outdoor sign and installed 2 pole sign faces with their logo.
Finally the piece that brought it all together: a custom sign crafted to look like a chuck wagon. Historically, chuck wagons brought food to cowboys and settlers, so we fabricated one for Rosie’s that could symbolically serve the community.
Using 30 year old vintage barn wood, we custom routed the shape of the wagon. After delicately painting portions of the wood to resemble a canvas, we attached the Rosie’s BBQ logo, carved from wood and hand painted to add to the classic look. Finally, we attached wagon wheels, made from chandeliers we repurposed from Rosie’s old location. The sign is affixed above Rosie’s main entrance and is approximately six feet wide by three feet tall.
All of this came as one of our many business sign packages that we offer.