First, position your mural pattern carefully.
Designs & Sign installed painted wall logos at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Maryland. It is first necessary to position and tape a paper pounce pattern on the wall. Whenever we put any pattern onto a wall, it is essential to check measurements with a tape measure and a level. Unfortunately, we can’t fix placement errors. The only remedy, in this case, would be to paint out the mural and start over completely.
Pounce patterns; transferring the designs.
Next, we transfer the pattern onto the installation surface by rubbing a small pounce bag (charcoal powder) over the design. Once the charcoal line is ready, we can remove the paper pattern to begin the next phase; the lettering is brush-lettered onto the wall by hand. Again, it is vital to have the background color paint available. Whenever we paint murals by hand, we can use the background color to touch up drips and runs, covering any small parts of the black edge which might need fixing.
To request a quote for painted wall logos, send us an email. What do you want to put on your wall? Also, do you already have a logo or layout? How big should your wall sign be? Usually, if you can provide us with these answers, we can give you a quote rather quickly. Sometimes, we do not even need to do a site survey to determine a fair price for your project.
Personalized patient care counts at KKI.
In short, through personalized patient care, special education, research, and professional development, Kennedy Krieger Institute, in Baltimore, MD, is a training institution dedicated to improving the lives of children and young adults with developmental disabilitiesand other disorders of the brain spinal cord, and musculoskeletal system.
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