Did you know that giving a quote for a sign often requires a good amount of attention to ensure accuracy? This is why we’ll do a sign site survey. Our team will head out on site, discuss with you exactly what you’d like and what your branding looks like, among other factors. So, to inform our dear customers, we’ll explain what a site survey entails:
If your storefront isn’t facing the street, then the side of your building that’s by the road might need some signage. Like this building sign for Broad Street Oyster. Now the Malibu establishment’s brand is more visible to passersby and motorists. Continue reading “Side of Building Sign for Broad Street Oyster in Malibu”
Our sign package for Catch Surf includes a pylon sign insert. It is for their light box, which is visible day in an day out. So it shows customers the way to their store in Malibu and compliments their halo letter storefront sign. Continue reading “Pylon Sign Insert for Catch Surf in Malibu”
Think about any business you’ve ever entered. When you walk through their front door what do you notice? Your five senses probably are telling you everything a Yelp review might – whether it’s loud or quiet, if there are any odd smells, and more. And visually what are you looking at: is the business well put together, professional and inviting? A key factor that will influence your decision is the presence and quality of the business’ lobby sign. Continue reading “A Lobby Sign Your Company Deserves”
Choose a good-looking brand name and address sign for your brand. Like Maxwell Dog with its etched glass vinyl signage that matches the rest of their branding, enhancing the elegant look of the Studio City establishment. Continue reading “Name and Address Sign for Maxwell Dog in Studio City”
Want to guide your customers towards your store, restaurant or cafe? A wooden blade sign is just the thing, like this one we made for Broad Street Oyster Company. The new Malibu restaurant isn’t visible from the main parking lot, so they needed signage to indicate to passersby where they are located. It’s part of their sign package that also includes the storefront sign shown in the previous article. Continue reading “Wooden Blade Sign for Broad Street Oyster Company in Malibu”
Surf’s up! And with its new halo letters, Catch Surf shows that it has all the boards, wet suits, apparel and accessories their customers need. So the new signage will definitely draw beach bums to the Malibu establishment.
Neon signage has a special place in culture. It is bright, flashy and has a certain style that calls back to an amazing era that’s regarded with nostalgia. This is why neon signs stand out and capture the imagination. They give establishments like bars and restaurants that retro ambiance, adding a distinct character to their brands.
High-end window graphics are great for promoting your brand and showing customers what you have to offer. Like this etched-glass window vinyl we installed for Maxwell Dog, which illustrates their offerings in a classy way. So now the Studio City establishment stands out in their busy area. Continue reading “High-End Window Graphics for Maxwell Dog in Studio City”
A restaurant needs signage that’s just as fine as its cuisine. This is the storefront sign we made for Broad Street Oyster Company to draw in customers. The Malibu establishment is new and its offerings are surprisingly unique for the area despite its location near the ocean. This is just one of the signs they had made as part of a sign package. We’ll post about the others soon! Continue reading “Storefront Sign for Broad Street Oyster Company in Malibu”