This is an 18" x 16'-0" cedar sandblasted sign with One Shot Lettering enamel and walnut wood stain. These signs have a beautiful rustic look, while offering incredible durability and aesthetic value to your business.
This is an acrylic sign face we made for Baja Sonora's first restaurant back in 1995 or '96. Jerry Hudson dad to hand draw the logo since we didn't know Corel Draw or Adobe Illustrator yet. (This is before we were automated to the extent that we are now). The loved the logo, and have used it for all their advertising and signage for the following 18+ years.
These digitally printed pole banners are at the LAC Campus of Long Beach City College. We have been making signs for LBCC's athletics and Marketing departments for over 20 years. I graduated with my AA degree from LBCC and lettered in Basketball there in 1982-3.
This is a Snap On truck we finished as the sun was setting. Reflective lettering and graphics give the added value of shining like a neon sign at night when hit by headlights or direct light, and they look great in the daylight too!
This is a lexan sign face that we had to route to fit the old Winchell's Donuts sign in Bixby Knolls/Long Beach, and we decorated the faces with translucent vinyl graphics and printed the chili pepper logo our Gerber Edge thermal printer. These signs were made in 2004! Not bad for a 9 year old sign!!!
These digital images were printed for our client Cowboy Dan's Jerky Emporium for his Jerky PVC displays. Jerry Hudson one of our graphic designers made the faux wood grain to look like real wood panels, which saved our client a ton of money by not using wood panels, which would have taken loads of prep work and finishing.