This project is for Slap Box Pizzacheria in Round Rock, Texas. The owner has a keen eye for design and appreciates ghost signs and faded murals. This project was four part...
Project 1. A large 26' X 4' painted sign on the back wall with the business name and touting their famous wings in a retro and faded appearance.
Project 2. The artwork from their logo painted with a faded appearance on the side wall. The goal was to make it appear as if it had been revealed by chipping away some layers of paint and plaster.
Project 3. " Slap Box is an expansion business. Their first business is called 600 Degrees. The owner's wanted to create a connection to their first location, hence, a large painted sign saying "Team 600 Degrees" was added to the west wall.
Project 4. Hand painted 24K gold-leaf sign for the front entry doors.
Project 5. Painted signage above the bar saying "Slap Box, Turning Heads Since 1967"
Computer Renderings (below) - Often times on a project a rendering needs to be done prior to painting to establish proper placement, wording, images and colors. Below you can see how this project changed to meet the client's needs. The project started in color with different images and ended in black and white with more lettering than images to meet the goal of the restaurant interior's appearance.
Close-ups of painting process for project #1 & #2 (below) -