Refreshing, restoring, and recreating images

As businesses and organizations continue to migrate analog imagery to digital, sometimes they realize the only copy of an important graphic is painted on a wall, embroidered on a shirt, or part of a piece of stationary. It’s time to freshen those images up!

An example of recreating, rebooting and refreshing came with a graphics project from a cathedral, to render a bishop’s coat of arms with a new background. This new version is intended for printing on canvas banners.

We’d love the opportunity to help with your project. Contact us for a quote!

As you can see, the original fresco itself needs some restoration
Here is our refreshed version! We’ve restructured the coat of arms into a gathered, mantled background (per the request of the client) while adding gold leaf, canvas and wood grain textures.