Here are just a few shots from the many projects we’ve worked on with Juice Served Here throughout Los Angeles. From channel letters, neon signs, window graphics and more, we worked with architects, designers and city planners to bring their vision to life.
Here is another project we’re very proud of. The design aesthetic and elements combined show taste and sophistication that will last for years to come. We used hot rolled steel, screen printing, water jet cut aluminum, cut vinyl and many other mediums to achieve the quality look we were going for on budget and on time.
More to come, but here are a couple flics of our Mikado project in Little Tokyo that we did in 2017. With a classic touch this group of signs not only accentuates the history of 1st St but adds to the mystique.
Just right for Montana St., this set of signs not only attracts Santa Monica carousers but sets a new standard for diners and designers alike. Stylish, colorful and classic while meeting the city’s criteria we used open faced neon channel letters up front with a splash of translucent vinyl on acrylic push throughs on the side.
A project with purpose. From environmental graphics to memorable donor recognition we’ve worked hand in hand with the Make-A-Wish Foundation in many cities to create comfortable and inspirational spaces. Here we’ve used frosted glass films, laser cut plastics, aluminum hardware, wall coverings and dozens of other applications to achieve this multimedia experience.
Check this out: architectural elements and environmental graphics combined make a great combo and a great home to such brands as Nike and Sony to operate and collaborate in. These address numbers are halo illuminated channel letters with raw aluminum faces and brightly painted returns.
Here’s a good start to a great relationship with these guys who came from Brooklyn to showcase their coffee to the west coast. More project pics to come…
Here’s a great spot to catch some fish tacos or sit down for some serious seafood dishes in Santa Monica. We had a lot of fun working with Punta Cabras on their concept. We were able to achieve each of our ideas successfully within the city’s guidelines as you can see here in these pics. Neon “beer signs”, channel letters with acrylic push throughs and painted graphics tastefully lace the facade.
Long time friends and clients, ACC has utilized our design and project management skills to brand and clad their campuses throughout southern California. Here are a few pics of illuminated channel letters, bright pole banners, lobby logos, etc… just a taste of at least a hundred other projects we’ve collaborated on together.
Replicating the historic methods used for the original structure built in the 1920’s, here in DTLA we’ve done several retro pieces like this Anatra sign to maintain and preserve history.
One of our most elaborate sign programs to date. Whether retrofitting existing structures or producing new and inventive signs we worked together with the City of Long Beach, architects and contractors to create a sign system that guides and invites while standing the test of time. Comprehensive interior and exterior applications including multimedia monuments and graphics make this project a force to be reckoned with.
In the heart of Korea Town, these ten foot tall letters light up Wilshire Blvd. To us the highlight of this project was the engineering and installation precision necessary to not only achieve our client’s goals but maintain the intentions of the city ordinances.
If you’re ever in Downtown Santa Ana, you should make a point to visit this thoughtfully curated art gallery. Here we went with a simple neon set with an extra flicker on the red “C”… you’ll see!
Located at the corner of Alameda and Cesar Chavez in DTLA, Mozaic Apartments contracted us to create and install a set of halo illuminated push through pan signs with flat cut letters for their building identification.
Jackson’s hired us to create a set of monument and door signs to help identify and draw attention to their restaurant. They are pleased with the results!
Just one of several campuses across the nation that we’ve worked on, you can find this project on the corner of Vermont and Clinton right off of the 101 fwy.
Liquid nitrogen ice cream is cool but neon is cool too. From Old Town Pasadena to Little Tokyo DTLA we worked with Ice Cream Lab to make their presence known. Here we use open face neon channel letters and blade signs with vinyl overlays and neon.
Coincidentally we did this sign at The Americana at Brand in Glendale. Such a cool space with a well curated offering of products and men’s clothing. Here we utilized the back lit glass as an opportunity to create a well illuminated logo out of flat cut aluminum letters flush mounted directly to the glass.
Real gold leaf guided window lettering? We got you, check this craftsmanship out that we did for Verve Coffee Roasters off of Spring St in DTLA. Let us know and we’ll hook you up too!
Water jet cut aluminum, cut vinyl, floor to ceiling wall murals and channel letters make this space retail ready and inspirational space to push yourself to be stronger and better. We also did some great vehicle wraps for them as well, pics to come.
This Irvine restaurant is popping. Staying with the elements of a fantastic build-out we used core ten metal letters to rust purposefully as an accent and bold acrylic push through disks that light up the entrance.
Another one of many locations that we’ve completed for MB, this one is in Brea California. Here you see a simple set of face lit channel letters that identify the building.
Secure your future with NAVCO… these guys went all out with wall to wall murals and recognition walls to guide their Anaheim visitors through the history and future of their company.
We be clubbin! This Irvine nightclub wanted something that would reflect the feel and the vibe you’ll find inside the establishment, something that would stand the test of time. We used face and halo lit channel letters to draw attention day or night.
These guys know sneakers. If you need a refresh on your collection, this is the spot. We do window advertisements as well as retail displays for them and it just looks clean.