Large Map of Old Texas Installed with Multiple Mediums

This project was one of our most extensive projects to date. It took months and many repeat trips to the San Felipe De Austin museum in Sealy, TX. Each catering to a different style of installation in order to complete the finished work. This is one of our largest projects when it comes to the variety of decorative mediums used on a single design. From etch, to dye, to blast, and stain this project had it all. We started in 2017 with the indoor map of Texas C. 1837 covering a 27ft x 27ft area. It called for a light application of etch and concrete dye. With the help of our 3.4 mil vinyl material, installation was simple covering the large space. Due to complications with the color keeping due to efflorescence we made the choice to come back out in 2019 to redefine the black outlines with a blast medium. We increased the line thickness and showed up with 98 panels ready to take on the next 5 days and nights to complete the blasting and dye the black detail back into the surface. Outdoors we used our 30 mil blast resist and 3.4 mil vinyl material in tandem to create all the text, shapes, and river lines and applied color with Ameripolish's Color Juice. The space covered over 1,200 sq.ft and 2 attempts and 2 months worth of work to complete. With all our efforts we learned a lot and were excited to see it finished.