Artist Collaborations

We've been lucky to have the opportunity to use our specialty painting skills to help a variety of artists make their projects and installations a reality. Below are a selection of artist collaborations we've been a part of.  

Yutaka Sone Benjamin Weissman SMMoA
Yutaka Sone Benjamin Weissman SMMoA

Installation view of What Every Snowflake Knows In Its Heart, the Yutaka Sone and Benjamin Weissman installation at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. Hand painted wall text by Analog Signs.

Yutaka Sone Benjamin Weissman SMMoA
Yutaka Sone Benjamin Weissman SMMoA

Close-up of the hand painted wall text for What Every Snowflake Knows In Its Heart, the Yutaka Sone and Benjamin Weissman installation at the Santa Monica Museum of Art.

Yutaka Sone Benjamin Weissman SMMoA
Yutaka Sone Benjamin Weissman SMMoA

Installation view of What Every Snowflake Knows In Its Heart, the Yutaka Sone and Benjamin Weissman installation at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. Hand painted wall text by Analog Signs.

Yutaka Sone Benjamin Weissman SMMoA
Yutaka Sone Benjamin Weissman SMMoA

Installation view of What Every Snowflake Knows In Its Heart, the Yutaka Sone and Benjamin Weissman installation at the Santa Monica Museum of Art. Hand painted wall text by Analog Signs.

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Yutaka Sone & Benjamin Weissman : What Every Snowflake Knows In Its Heart​
 

For this show at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, writer and visual artist Benjamin Weissman created a prose poem to be installed alongside the paintings hanging on the wall. Not wanting the sterile look of vinyl letters, we were brought in to paint five paragraphs of text on the walls of the museum.

 

For more information on the show, click here.

Ken Ehrlich, Spectacular Subdivision
Ken Ehrlich, Spectacular Subdivision

Installation view of Ken Ehrlich's desk in High Desert Test Site's Spectacular Subdivision show, 2014. Desktop hand painted by Analog Signs. Photo by Dayoutlast.

Ken Ehrlich, Spectacular Subdivision
Ken Ehrlich, Spectacular Subdivision

Installation view of Ken Ehrlich's desk in High Desert Test Site's Spectacular Subdivision show, 2014. Desktop hand painted by Analog Signs. Photo by Dayoutlast.

Ken Ehrlich, Spectacular Subdivision
Ken Ehrlich, Spectacular Subdivision

Closeup of the Ben-Day dot thought bubble painted by Analog Signs on the top of Ken Ehrlich's lamp for High Desert Test Site's Spectacular Subdivision show, 2014.

Ken Ehrlich, Spectacular Subdivision
Ken Ehrlich, Spectacular Subdivision

Installation view of Ken Ehrlich's desk in High Desert Test Site's Spectacular Subdivision show, 2014. Desktop hand painted by Analog Signs. Photo by Dayoutlast.

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Ken Ehrlich : Spectacular Subdivision​
 

For this High Desert Test Sites event co-curated with Monte Vista Projects, artist Ken Ehrlich created a desk and a lamp to be installed against the desert backdrop of Wonder Valley. We were commissioned to create a Ben-Day dot thought bubble on the lamp, and a shadow pattern on the desk. 

 

For a review of the show that includes the installation photos seen here, visit Dayoutlast.

Michael Britt, In Flux
Michael Britt, In Flux

We painted the wall map that helps patrons locate where in Downtown LA each photo was taken. Photo by Michael Britt.

Michael Britt, In Flux
Michael Britt, In Flux

We painted the wall map that helps patrons locate where in Downtown LA each photo was taken. Photo by Michael Britt.

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Resized-Michael-Britt-In-Flux-window.jpg

We also painted the show's logo on the gallery's front window. Photo courtesy Michael Britt.

Michael Britt, In Flux
Michael Britt, In Flux

We painted the wall map that helps patrons locate where in Downtown LA each photo was taken. Photo by Michael Britt.

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Michael Britt : In Flux​
 

We were brought in to consult on show layout, mapping and wall painting for Michael Britt's images of a changing Downtown Los Angeles at Gloria Delson Contemporary Arts. We ended up painting a map on the wall and hanging the photos to correspond with the map. This one was especially fun for us since Jessica is a former urban planner and has mapping in the blood. We also hand painted the show's logo on the gallery's window.

 

All images courtesy Michael Britt.