More banners for our friends at TTS. With this large billboard banner, Total Testing Solutions’ North Hollywood branch will raise awareness of their free COVID testing services, which will help businesses and individuals stay safe. (more…)
The Encino Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to promote local businesses and enrich the community. To further this goal, they are inviting entrepreneurs to join the chamber. These are the advertisement banners we created for their campaign. (more…)
We made and installed two pole banner banners for Wish Sotheby’s Sherman Oaks building. With these complimenting their storefront signs their entrance will be all the more prominent and attractive to customers.
These are additional building banners for Total Testing Solutions’ North Hollywood location. With these, more sides of their building will be covered with signage displaying their branding and information about their crucial testing services. Make sure you don’t miss a spot with custom banners!
More from the comprehensive sign package for LA Financial. These are cut vinyl window graphics for their entrance. How better to beckon customers and clients with a door sporting fresh signage?
School pole banners for our friends at LAFS, enhancing their Hollywood campus’ frontage. With this the Los Angeles Film School looks even more impressive and welcoming to students making their way to the institution.
A favorite school sign customer of ours, Granada Hills Charter High School. Their teachers and staff have shifted to teaching remotely and their students have been up to the challenge. Moreover, GHC sophomores have been providing meals to medical workers in the San Fernando Valley. It’s very delightful to hear such news.
This week we will be recognizing customers for school signs. And one of our favorite customers happens to be the Los Angeles Film School. Classes are continuing, albeit online via Zoom and Learning Management System (LMS) for the May term.
Last year we installed a sign package of banners for LA Film School honoring its 20th anniversary. As the Los Angeles school enters its 21st year, it was time for standard building banners to be displayed again.