Thursday we did another Goodwill signage install, this time in Cornelius.
The daily goings-on at Gelbach Designs. Projects currently being worked on, projects being completed, and mild silliness.
The technique we use to create the natural light drop shadow on these signs is not as simple as photoshop, and we think these signs benefit greatly from it. This creates a look that makes our signs stand out against our competitors.
Yeah, I rhymed. Today we are shipping out two signs created for the ‘Ruth’s Attic’ section of the Billy Graham Library. Recreating, printing, and mounting the mouse was done by Buck Rackley, Steelwork and preparation by Greg Weston, and absolutely exquisite CNC routing, woodworking, staining, and finish by Shannon Russell. I wish that these pictures…
We have recently completed a set for a company interested in trade show rentals. Needing six 10′ translucent walls…
Gelbach Designs has the ability to start with the shop sign design, revise as necessary, and once approved- fabricate the sign right here in our shop. We are the sign shop for you.
These two were about to drag race before the tractor trailer was crushed by the sheer awesome of Greg Weston’s super scooter. The super scooter was his own creation, making the shaming win over the manly truck a double whammy. The trucker curled up in fetal position in some nearby bushes and dialed AAA.
Today, we sent out a 6′ by 6-8′ tall adjustable magnetic chalkboard for ESPN-U’s broadcast studio…
We talk about our tv set designs, kiosks, displays, museum exhibits and the like, well… constantly. For this reason I thought it would be a good time to take a time out to mention one of the other things we do. Metalworking.
Banner Printing in Charlotte, NC
These images are of a TV set design that we recently finished for an area broadcast studio.