This was a project done on a small budget but still came out cool in the end. The owners wanted to build a boutique style shop in an suburban area that carried contemporary brands from the larger neighboring city of San Francisco. So I can up with bright bold and cultural color scheme and theme playing on the name of the shop “Raw & Pure”. I kept the material costs down by utilizing the many recycled materials yards all across the bay area. And still managed to pull off a clean, hip and classy feel that they needed in order to get the name brands they desired to carry.
Raw & Pure Shop sign; spraycan, airbrush, sign paint
A vaulted wall/shelf unit with “Raw” graffiti piece
Ben Frank mural; spraycan/airbrush
I made this podest from recycled redwood from adjacent building that was being torn down.I try to use recycled materials from or around the area to preserve a bit of history and to add character to every shop interior I do.I also encased the windowsill and made a small ledge to sit or display merchandiseThis is the Ladies section of the shop