Union Bank Banners

These are banners that were fabricated by Signs America where I work

These are banners that were fabricated by Signs America where I work

Many of you know that as a day job, I work at a sign shop here in downtown San Francisco.  I work with company’s large and small to design, fabricate and install whole sign programs.  I prefer to work with new company’s who are building, moving or expanding because that is when they need new signs.

For the last couple of years I have worked for some large banner projects for Union Bank of California.  A couple years ago Union Bank had a centenial display from the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake that destroyed the majority of the city.  The building that still stands at 400 California Street was rebuilt shortly after the earthquake and celebrated its 100 years of being built.  They had a small ceremony and for that event they hired me to fabricated the banners that hang in between the columns.  Better yet the San Francisco Chronicle published an article in the Sunday paper and online with photos of the event and my banners.

The San Francisco Chronicle did not call or leave me a message for comment.

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