Murals & Signage

History

When we first came up with the name JUNERIE, it was meant to play off the word, eaterie. As we started to see branding expand past the world of print, digital and mobile, it began to creep onto the walls. With the start of Instagram, the term “place making”, was coined. As patrons search on their phone looking for the newest food location to take their next best “gram”, we aim to design swoon worthy spaces that have you updating the pin on your Google maps.

Offerings

Place making is a mix of interior design, branding and mural art. We come and photograph your space while brainstorming ways to bring your brand to life through the interior and exterior of your space. We create digital mock ups which gives us a chance to tweak the look before putting paint to the walls. This service is available as purely conceptual, if you’d like to DIY, or we can out and complete the service with the best paints, tool, and precision possible.

Partners

We partner with the interior design team, Aura Design Company. Who can draw up plans, help you select furnishings, lighting, and set the overall ambiance of your restaurant or business. We also partner with Stanger Projects to complete murals, special finishes + painted graphics.

 

Projects…

Mural Design for 800 J st. Lofts in downtown Sacramento, CA. 8th and J st.
Collaboration with Stanger Projects

PROBLEM: management felt the loading bay for the lofts was lacking energy. They wanted the space to feel inviting and evoke excitement for new tenants moving into the building.

SOLUTION: we came up with the headline “800 J Looks Good on You” to send a fun yet bold message to the new tenants. We wanted them to feel pride in their new home on J st. We chose patterns, lines and a loud colors to tie the piece together.

 

 

Concepts for Together Salon & Marketplace in Midtown Sacramento, CA. 25th and J st.

PROBLEM: Customers could not tell which brand they were shopping with once inside the store. Customers could not see the building from the main strip on J st. The owners also needed a branded place to photograph their new apparel, instead of searching around midtown for a mural that fit their aesthetic.

SOLUTION: the inventory was split in half, to match this intention we painted their logos above the racks and used an illustrated treatment to hug each corner of the room. We picked a color palette that made both owners feel comfortable while paying homage to the TOGETHER brand. From there, we developed a mural that stretched the traditionally black and white brand, into a new illustrated space that still feels cohesive and on brand.

 

 

Concepts for Club Raven
Collaboration with Stanger Projects

PROBLEM: Club Raven had an awesome neon sign but from the front of their bar the signage was outdated and needed something punchy with high contrast.

SOLUTION: Instead of charging them for an entire re-brand we gave them new exterior signage. We pulled in the location and year as a tagline, to nod to their vast history in serving East Sacramento.