Snack Attack Concession Wagon
Located at: Johnny Janosiks in Laurel, Delaware
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This work involved an outdoor painting on metal which required a paint that would adhere to the metal, as well as
withstand the exposure to sun, various temperatures, and elements. The company name is "Snack Attack". The Theme and Purpose: To catch the eye of a potential consumer with a sign that attracts and suggests a quick meal. I chose bright and inviting colors.
This was a team effort. My son, Jason, took on the challenge of all the lettering. As we were finishing up, the client asked for a third grouping on the farther side of the wagon. Pictures of a pretzel, soup and coffee were added.
A photo was taken of the Snack Wagon which would be the canvas for this advertising.
The artwork was then scanned and the digitized image was superimposed and pasted on the photo of the wagon. This gives the client a better idea as to how the painting will appear. After getting approval for the design, materials were purchased, and painting began.
Below you see close-up photos of the various portions of the painting. The differences in color of the background are due to the various times of day and weather conditions when the photos were taken.
Below is a photo of the finished product.