Recent work: Anaheim Packing House vintage sign project

We recently were honored to be part of the team that brought the Anaheim Packing House project to life. These signs were modeled after period signage from the time when the building was first built in 1919, and given an aged appearance to enhance the visitor’s experience.

The building is part of a development in Anaheim, California, that repurposed this citrus packing plant and an adjacent (previous) Packard dealership along with a large park area into a restaurant and entertainment district.

Find out more about the project at this link: anaheimpackingdistrict.com

Here are photos of our part of the project:
PackingHouseFront

PackingHouseNoParapet

PackingHouseSouthOverall

PackingHouseSoOverallDetail

Finally, someone got a photo of the ol’ sign painter slingin’ paint…
The ol' sign painter has been caught working ...

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