This custom wall logo for Atlas General Contractors is made from ¼” thick stainless steel with a #304 brush texture applied to the surface. This is the same brush texture that is used on a lot of higher end modern appliances. The backs of each piece have a stud welded to them. To install, a paper template is taped in place and holes are drilled for each stud mount. Then it is just a matter of applying some silicone adhesive and inserting each letter’s studs into the holes. The result is a very modern, clean sign that has no exposed fasteners.
These types of signs can be made from a variety of materials, thicknesses, and sizes. Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more.
These interior window graphics were done with three color cut vinyl – black, turquoise, and simulated Florentine gold vinyl. Throughout the exhibit, turquoise is used to as an accent color for the display signage. This design motif is repeated in the pinstripes that frame in the gold and black lettering. Gold lettering on its own would lack contrast with the clear windows so they are outlined in black vinyl.
There is actual 22 karat to 24 karat gold vinyl available that is often used on fire trucks. However, real gold is rather expensive as you can imagine and the 10-12 year life expectancy would be overkill for this application. To save on costs but still have the same look, we went with a simulated gold vinyl. It is a metallized vinyl film that looks nearly identical to the real thing.
To find out more about interior or exterior window graphics, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.
Large windows provide an ideal surface to apply vinyl graphics to advertise your business or, in this case, a current promotion or exhibit. These vinyl graphics for the Woody Guthrie Center in downtown Tulsa promote the newest Kris Kristofferson exhibit currently on display.
The client chose to go with a solid vinyl for this application because they are also currently housing a painting by John Cougar Mellencamp that is on display just inside these windows. The solid vinyl restricts the amount of UV light that enters the building so it reduces the chances of the donated painting fading in direct sunlight. As you can see in the second picture, though, the vinyl does not stop all the light from entering the windows but you can no longer see through the glass. For applications when you want to still be able to see through the window to the outside, perforated window vinyl is the material to use.
To find out more about vinyl window graphics, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.
Large wall murals can make a big statement to your interior or exterior walls. This 11.5 foot tall by 22 foot wide wall mural for the Kris Kristofferson exhibit at the Woody Guthrie Center really dominates the room! It was applied in 52” wide vertical panels to form the image. The adhesive backed vinyl film works similar to a large decal. Special attention is given to making sure each panel is straight and lines up to adjacent panels correctly. The result is one large seamless image.
To find out more about interior or exterior wall murals, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.
Tulsa is extremely fortunate to have a top notch facility in the Woody Guthrie Center. Not only does it pay homage to one of Oklahoma’s brightest stars, it has regular, revolving exhibits that celebrate other well-known musicians and musical acts. The current exhibit is The Supremes and you owe it to yourself to go check it out. There are tons of interesting items there.
To let the public know what the current, revolving exhibit is, we wrap four large exterior windows for them. We use a perforated vinyl that will still allow light to come into the museum and also allows people inside to still see out. The backside of the film has a gray adhesive and there are holes throughout so, to your eyes, it appears just like tint.
Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more about window and other graphics for your business.