Category Archives: signage

Pecado Bueno – Redmond signage goes up

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 … Continue reading

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Maple Valley backbar back lit logo

Always nice when a missing link falls into place. Some restaurants open without all the i’s dotted and t’s crossed, for any number of reasons. I designed this logo for Maple Valley Bar and Grill¬†back in early summer and the … Continue reading

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Rigoletto – distressed lettering on brick

I popped into the upcoming restaurant site of Rigoletto this week to do a simple faded brick sign on the mezzanine level. An eclectic collection of light fixtures are going in and the space is starting to pull together. I … Continue reading

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Rigoletto – distressed wall signage

In the historic Supply Laundry Building in Seattle’s South Lake Union district, a new restaurant in taking shape. It’s still about a month until ‘Rigoletto’ will open, an upscale restaurant featuring Northern Italian cuisine¬†whose design will feature much recycled and … Continue reading

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Greenlake Bar + Grill exterior signage

  Industry Graphics, based in Auburn, WA, installed the new dimensional signage for Greenlake Bar + Grill. Another incremental update to the project which has been ongoing since early spring, and one that was long awaited by me. This is … Continue reading

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