We make hand painted walls signs inside.
No logo is too big, and no wall is too tiny for great-looking hand painted wall signs. So first, we’ll enlarge your logo to the necessary size for your review and approval. Then, we’ll arrive onsite with pounce patterns, and sometimes we can use stencils if the lettering is tiny. Next, we’ll pounce your design onto your wall with charcoal dust, and then we’ll begin to fill in the letters by hand. This method is almost like filling in a coloring book, but of course, it’s more challenging to do!
Travis finishes this painted logo.
We rendered many hand painted wall signs at Whole Foods Market in Rockville, Maryland. Travis painted all of this lettering by hand with a lettering brush. Please take a moment to review our site. We have posted many photos of our murals and other hand-painted signage. Also, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for a quote! Thank you.
We’ll use stencils to make tiny letters.
if you look closely at the photo you can see some of the charcoal still on the wall on the lower right-hand side of the market bubble. That’s from the holes along the edge of the pounce pattern. After finishing the logo, we remove any residual charcoal powder with a tack clock. You can also see the pounce line for the registration mark just above the right-hand side of the market bubble. Sometimes we will stencil those because they are so small it’s easier and faster to do it with a stencil.