In 2019 I stepped back into 1931 Los Angeles for HBO's Perry Mason season 1. Production Designer John Goldsmith wanted us to work only off of historical reference images, so many of the pieces I designed were recreations of real places in Los Angeles during the late 1920s and early 1930s. My favorite piece might be the blueprint of Girard I drafted by hand that ended up as the backdrop of the end credits of one of the episodes.
Below is an article posted by The Daily Breeze featuring photos of a few of my signs and billboards.
Angel's Flight - Thorne Drugs and Advertisements
Van Owen Airfield, Bottoms Up Riding Club & Mason Dairy
Ptomaine Tommy's: Signs and Menu Wall - Recreated from historic references
Evidence: Newspaper Sketch and Mason's notes
Van de Kamps Donuts Billboard Recreation
Billboards and Handbills
Radiant Assembly Of God - Logo, Seven Deadly Sins Animals