Lettering is ½-in. PVC board routercut on a ShopBot router [www. shopbottools.com] mounted on a 10-by-4-ft. panel of 2-in.-thick 18-lb. Precision Board HDU board that was sandblasted and hand carved.
CNC-routed and hand-carved double-sided 3-by-4-ft. 18-lb. HDU panel with an internal square tube frame for mounting
Fabricated by HBS Copper with installation by Brushstroke Signs
CNC-routed 32-by-38-in. panel of 3½-in. 18-lb. HDU panel with an internal square tube frame for mounting
Rob was the project leader for this 14-by-18-ft. mural painted for the 2009 Pontiac, Illinois, Walldog meet.
Letters are aluminum composite material cut on the CNC router, with holes drilled in back for stud mounting on the black and white aluminum composite panels. The main background panels were ¼-in. aluminum swirl grinded and painted with House of Kolor Kandy Kolor red and urethane clear.
32-by-14-ft. mural painted with NovaColor Artists’ Acrylic paints. “This mural is inside our historic Coca-Cola bottling plant,” Rob says.
Router-cut PVC letters on 10-by-3-ft. layered PVC panels, finished with NovaColor Artists’ Acrylic Paints
Digital print on 18-by-24-in. double-sided 6mm aluminum composite panel
Digital print on 6-by-4-ft. single-sided 6mm aluminum composite panel mounted on a PVC post and rail kit
Sandblasted and hand-carved 84-by-14-in. panel of 18-lb. HDU board; letters are finished with 23K gold leaf
CNC-routed 36-by-24-by-2-in. PVC panel with pocket cuts for the logo and the lettering, and a welded internal frame for mounting
Letters are PVC board on a 10-by-4-ft. layered PVC panel. It’s finished with Sherwin Williams All Surface Enamel and Modern Masters metal effects Copper/Green Patina finish.
Sandblasted and hand-carved 7-by-3-ft. panel of 2-in.-thick 18-lb. HDU board finished with 1 Shot lettering enamels; SIGNS is finished with 23K gold leaf.
CNC-routed 24-in.-diameter white oak panel applied to 6mm ACM backing panel over an internal frame of welded square tubing
12-by-12-ft. logo painted on a brick wall with NovaColor Artists’ Acrylics
Paducah was router-cut and finished with 23K gold leaf, then applied to the sandblasted 8-by4-ft. panel of 3-in.-thick 18-lb. HDU board.

Rob Estes

By SignCraft Magazine

Posted on Saturday, December 29th, 2018

Last summer I painted a local brewery’s logo on their wall and as soon as I was finished, people began to take selfies with the logo. These photos end up on social media and make great advertising for the client and me.

The first Walldog event that I attended was in 1997, in Belvidere, Illinois and I try to attend one every summer. These events have been a resource to learn new painting techniques and styles. It is also a fun time to hang out with my art family. It has been an honor to serve as a project leader at several events over the years. Currently we are in the beginning phase of holding a Walldog event here in Paducah in 2021. I am looking forward to that. They are always a lot of fun.

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