The Pearl Dragon is one of our favorite customers. They are the culinary geniuses behind some of our most beloved cuisines like mouthwatering sushi and refreshing cocktails. So it is a great relief to know that the Pacific Palisades restaurant is still open 7 nights a week for take out, delivery or curbside pickup. So despite these uncertain and unprecedented times, Palisadians and Angelinos can still have the freshest and best food available to them. Moreover, they still offer adult beverages for pickups and delivery with proper ID.
We provide samples for discerning clients, so they’ll know the caliber of signage we offer. This particular sign sample, made of dimensional brass letters, is for Veronica Beard. They plan to put up high-end signage for their Pacific Palisades branch. Continue reading “Sign Samples for Veronica Beard in Pacific Palisades”
Blade signs are classic and we’re bringing ’em back. Pearl Dragon was likewise going for that timeless look when we installed this double-sided neon blade sign for them, sleekly shaped with contrasting black and white colors. It compliments their previous restaurant sign. Now the Pacific Palisades establishment is looking really fancy, befitting their high-end cuisine and service. Continue reading “Neon Blade Sign for Pearl Dragon in Pacific Palisades”
A good old fashioned wooden blade sign is a great way to spruce up an establishment and give it a classic aesthetic. And that’s what Pearl Dragon got. The Pacific Palisades establishment’s new sign is quite striking. It displays a traditional Asian dragon for all to see and complementing the theme of the restaurant. Continue reading “Wooden Blade Sign for Pearl Dragon in Pacific Palisades”
A parade is a great time to fly the colors! Or show off your branding. In this case, it was a parade banner for Midwin, Vogel & Nathanson, with a real patriotic stars and stripes motif. The Certified Public Accountants certainly joined in on the Fourth of July fun at Pacific Palisades! Continue reading “Parade Banner for Midwin, Vogel & Nathanson”