Brewe Layman, PS ( … not a brewery)

Brewe Layman - Mount Vernon painted alley signage

Brewe Layman – Mount Vernon painted alley signage

Standing on an extension ladder, roasting in the sun as I painted the signage art on the exterior of the new offices of Brewe Layman, I had to field the constant questions from pedestrians below about the nature of the ‘new brewery’. They looked disappointed when I explained that Brewe Layman p.s. is was a law office.

Brewe Layman - interior reception mural wall

Brewe Layman – interior reception mural wall

The interior wall awaits the addition of some pin-mounted dimensional letters. Both of these pieces are 100% hand painted using Golden Brand fluid acrylics. Modern Masters ‘Dead Flat Exterior Varnish’ used as the top coat on the outside panel adds UV protection for the pigments as well as pulling together all the different sheens, rendering them unreflective and slightly aged, as befits the district. This is in the charming old town area of Mount Vernon, Washington, the country seat of Skagit County. The mighty Skagit River slides by half a block away.

Original mock-up of Brewe Layman exterior proposal

Original mock-up of Brewe Layman exterior proposal

Original mock-up of Brewe Layman interior lobby proposal

Original mock-up of Brewe Layman interior lobby proposal

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One Response to Brewe Layman, PS ( … not a brewery)

  1. Brian Berg says:

    Wow – very sharp. This shows off Robert’s skills in this professional environment.

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