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LPA Architects ( contacted us to assist in fulfilling the goals of their client, Hammer Ventures, which has proposed a dramatic new use for an old post office in San Diego.

Inspiration and Hometown Vision

Posted on May 29, 2018

The director had already hired Safdie Rabines Architects (SRI) ( with whom we worked closely to fulfill the client’s goals. SRI provided us with the Pantone colors they had chosen and we were able to match them with our newest UV digital printing systems.

3' Foam Letters

Problem: SuperDataScience is having their first ever conference and needs to make a lasting impression on attendees.

This is the first year this employee has been in charge of the event, so help and guidance with signage and branding…

Problem: Our client needed 9 sets of 59- 24 x 36 full-color maps in five hours for a very demanding and high profile client. Solution: There are only a couple machines on the market capable of color printing a project

Quick turnaround on a 6 ½’ diameter printed graphic to be used on the Battleship Iowa’s new augmented reality display. Printed graphic needs to be transportable to the ship.

Oscars Mexican Seafood New Location

Posted on Mar 31, 2016

Goal: Recently opened restaurant in heavy foot traffic area of East Village needs to attract customers. Solution: Manufacture and install restaurant’s name and logo on their windows with extra large custom cut white vinyl. Result Pedestrians are able to see …

Our client needed 9 sets of 59- 24×36 full color maps in five hours for a very demanding and high profile client.

The San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation (EDC) was looking to creatively integrate their brand message throughout their newly corporate headquarters and portray a message that would communicate their collaboration with major communities located throughout San Diego County.

UCSD Poster Sessions

Posted on Aug 17, 2015
Key Player For educational event coordinators who have to coordinate printing of posters and how they are presented. For college students who present their work of what they learned over the semester in front of judges. Goal There are two goals: 1st goal: Be able to display multiple student presentation posters in all kinds of …

Client needed a static display that could continue into two separate rooms and still maintain the same look throughout.

Corporate Signage for Frank Toyota

Posted on Jul 08, 2015

After a multi million dollar construction make-over, Frank Motor Group in National City needed to add some Graphic Bling to their exciting new facility and Scantech Graphics was called upon to join the team.

The Project is back on and you have 2 weeks to deliver!

Produce event signage in a short time frame, encompassing different materials and dozens of graphics that needed to be delivered before the event and day of the event.

Tradeshow Materials on Short Notice

Posted on Feb 18, 2015

It’s Friday and the client needs to work the weekend to finish the graphics, so he can’t submit them until Monday morning and they need to have all delivered Monday evening to leave for Las Vegas early Tuesday morning.

Client contacted Scantech Graphics to discuss applying designs to glass features at the new Ballast Point Brewery and Restaurant. Initial meeting was to discuss what they had in mind-there were to be three features, water scene, nautical map and astrological.

Client located in Florida attending event in San Diego needs one source for signage and event handouts without incurring costly shipping charges and hassles.

Scanning Services

Global engineering firm is consolidating offices and needs the office space for employees not paper. With over 175 bankers boxes of project documents taking up valuable office space and no disaster backup for the paper documents a solution was needed.

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