Recent work - cost-effective Costco signage - Carmel mountain (near san diego) ca
Your humble sign painter got a little cost-effective sign painting in today, for Costco Carmel Mountain in the San Diego area. The manager told me their monument sign's painted letters didn't match the corporate logo - I can completely understand why it bugged him! Here is the "before" picture - the "o'" and "s" shapes were wrong in "Costco", and the "s" was the same odd shape in "wholesale".
After taking careful dimensions I went back to the shop to prepare. With the proper logo in hand, I created the paper pattern to transfer the design to the monument, to know where to paint - and paint out the malformed letters.
On site, I matched the background color by eye, then painted out the offending letter shapes.
Then, on to painting the client's correct corporate logo. I also took a moment to refresh all the red, since it's a color that fades easier than others..
Here is the final result - hand-painted cost-effective signs have created another happy customer!
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