Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Article on Mother Nature Network

Thank you Starre Vartan at Mother Nature Network for the sweet article!

http://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/arts-culture/blogs/beautiful-sign-is-made-from-garbage-videohttp://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/arts-culture/blogs/beautiful-sign-is-made-from-garbage-video

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

"CO-OP 28" by Keri Rosebraugh


The signage I created for Co-op 28 Boutique is completed and installed! Marci Siegel did a great job designing it, and her guys worked hard in sealing and putting it up. Here's a short video that Mason Howard shot of the project. Music by Thom Rotella 
Teamwork!!!

Also, here are a couple of photos of the finished sign as well as mid project.....



Thursday, October 3, 2013

Co-op 28 signage made of recycled trash is almost complete!!!!!!!!!

YAY! Here are a few photos of the sign I am creating for the Co-op 28 boutique in Los Feliz.
It is nearly complete and the actual installation should be up by the end of this week! It is made entirely from found garbage, then glued onto boards with an eco friendly glue/caulking called, "Big Stretch." I purchased an electric caulking gun at Home Depot (who knew they existed?) and it saved my wrist from hours of soreness :)
There are 5 boards total - each 4 feet by 8 feet. The sign when put together is 20 feet wide by 8 feet tall. Now my neighbors don't have to look at me with a raised eyebrow anymore, as I rummage through their blue bins......I will post more photos and have a video up of the whole project soon.



Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Co-op 28 Signage Project

Anybody have any light turquoise trash out there they can donate??? I am creating a 20 ft x 8 ft sign for a great little boutique in Los Feliz on Vermont Blvd, called Co-op 28. It will be made entirely our of trash and recycled materials. Super fun!!! Below are a couple of pictures -I am just beginning to glue the trash on as you can see. Also is a photo of the design I have to go by. I will post more photos as it progresses. Be on the lookout for light turquoise garbage please!!! (If you are in the Los Angeles area :) I'd be sooooo appreciative!
Cheers!