Inside the gym of Corona del Mar High School in Newport Beach (in Orange County CA) – alma mater school mural graphics, along with the school mascot, the Sea King. Underneath the main graphics is a listing of donors – every member of the 2016 senior class.
This is digitally printed and computer cut vinyl, which can work well on interior wall applications like this. Thanks to Corona del Mar High School for the opportunity to help.
Four schools in the Savanna school district in Orange County CA received the Gold Ribbon award this month, and called on Big City to create and install these 6 ft. round logo graphics. The panel material is lightweight dibond aluminum composite, the facing is digitally printed with graffiti-resistant laminate.
We installed them all in one day, and here are the results.
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I thought this sign painter had put this little project up onto the blog, but couldn’t find it. This was done back at the end of May 2015. The Birdwell Beach Britches Factory Store in Santa Ana, in Orange County CA had been open a while, but they decided to make it official with a storefront window sign.
Since Birdwell is a handcrafted kind of company, Big City has been hand painting their signs for them. This window is another of the unique sign painting projects that identify this successful, quality oriented company.
Here’s how the project went. First, dusting on the chalk through the paper pounce pattern that will provide the outlines for painting, as shown here:
Next, paint in the white, two coats so it’s really opaque. Here’s how that step looks from inside the store:
Of course, it will need the red paint to be painted in – here’s a progress shot: