Category Archives: signage

Brewe Layman, PS ( … not a brewery)

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 … Continue reading

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Shake Lab Wall Display – for 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 … Continue reading

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Mad Scientist display for LunchBox Lab

One of the last elements for Lunchbox Lab, now open in Redmond, WA, are several internally lit graphic constructions. The mad scientist shown here is concocting some new milk shake flavor that, if it passes the taste testers, will be … Continue reading

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Pecado Bueno – interior signage design

The existing space that Pecado Bueno now occupies in the Redmond Town Center presents  a few navigation challenges. One is the face that the order counter area is hidden from sight as you enter the main door. It gets clearer … Continue reading

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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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