Shake Lab Wall Display – for LunchBox Lab

Shake Lab - interior display at LunchBox Lab

Shake Lab – interior display at LunchBox Lab

Another sign-like dimensional element that I designed for LunchBox Lab in Redmond. Shake Lab is a smaller brand nestled within a larger brand, and the client wanted to bring more attention to it. We had a deep ledge already at the base of this wall which allowed us to have a very 3D piece. The mall walkway is immediately to the left side so during late afternoons and evenings pedestrians will have a good view of this.

Shake Lab - rendering by Williamson Studio

Shake Lab – rendering by Williamson Studio

That is one tattered bowling pin, a freebie from the good folks at West Seattle Bowl. The vintage Space Shuttle lunch box is one of my favorites of any that we have used on these projects. This one had some lighting challenges for the fabricator as it combines low voltage and line voltage on the same plug. Great job of fabrication by James Kaul and the crew at Industry Graphics in Auburn, WA.

The display in place at LunchBox Lab in Redmond

The display in place at LunchBox Lab in Redmond

 

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