Memorial Day is right around the corner and with it comes a plethora of classic car shows. We just finished up a project for a Delahaye. This is just one of the two massive instruments. If you see a Delahaye parading about, make sure to check out its gauges.
We had a chance to make some decals last month for a pair of ESP guitars that traveled up north to San Francisco to be a part of Metallic Night.
These gauges are part of a post-World War II police car that is being restored by our client, Palo Alto Speedometer. This job was pretty intimidating when it first arrived on my desk, but no project is too SCARY for us.
These gauges are part of a post World War II Police Car that is being restored by our client Palo Alto Speedometer. No project is to SCARY for us.
With all the chaos from our recent NAMM adventure behind us, we are finally getting back into the regular groove of things. We are applying some artwork from the band Queensryche to a guitar provided by our clients at the ESP Custom Shop. With the decal applied it is time to pass it off to our buddy Pat Wilkins over at Wilkins Guitar Finishes. We’ll try to snap some more pictures of this beauty once it emerges out of the spray booth.
Wilkins Guitar Finishes
We just got some awesome pictures from our client Darrell Toland. He wanted to show off how happy he is with his new custom decals. We get a real thrill out of seeing a finished project. Take a look at Darrell’s new bike after getting some custom vinyl stickers from us here at Scary Creative.
Here is a beautiful art piece by our resident “designosaur” Noel Vargas.
Inspired my the magnificent and immortal David Bowie.
Twinkle, twinkle Uncle Floyd… We love you David. Enjoy eternity!
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” Scary Creative provides me a high quality, yet affordable solution for my head stocks. Their products work especially well with nitrocellulose lacquer clear coat so I can finish my guitars with confidence. Great customer service and terrific people. Definitely the easiest part of my builds.” – Tim Noonan
Darrell Toland over at dtoland.com just got his new rub-on transfers from us and he sent us this picture of his latest project. The results look amazing and I can only imagine they look even better up close and personal to this Iron Giant.