Pecado Bueno – Redmond signage goes up

Pecado Bueno - new signage mounted on canopy edge

Pecado Bueno – new signage mounted on canopy edge

The new Pecado Bueno opened last week without the benefit of its’ sign package, but the majority of it arrived this Wednesday and is now operational. My designs were executed by the Tube Art Group, based out of Bellevue, WA and they did a fine job. The designs call for a hand painted background of a dark mottled brown on top of a brighter burnt sienna color for an old leathery look. This is the sort of thing I would have done by myself some years ago, but requires a bit of trust when relying on a shop that is miles away. (Tube Art fabricates their signs over the mountains, in Yakima). So, they proved themselves to me on this one.

Pecado Bueno at Redmond Town Center - Cantina entry sign

Pecado Bueno at Redmond Town Center – Cantina entry sign

The vinyl on the windows in both these shots is what’s left of the temporary construction signage. This has now come down and simple descriptive strips will wrap the window wall by next week. A few more finishing touches await but the location is now fully operational and enjoying a steady lunch and dinner crowd already.

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One Response to Pecado Bueno – Redmond signage goes up

  1. Brian A. Berg says:

    Always an interesting slant on the art of dining. Thanks!

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