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Herm Medina

Producing alluring design coupled with concise and easy to understand design specification is Herm Medina's specialty. Sparking the imagination, collaborating creatively, communicating clearly and generating systematically planned design to maximize ROI are the central pillars of Herm's design philosophy.

herm medina headshot
YESCO
Denver

Larry Cohen

Larry Cohen is currently the Design Director for YESCO's Salt Lake City office. Larry Cohen has 17 years experience in designing sign / environmental graphics. Larry also has marketing and sales  management experience working for creative / print production firms.

Larry Cohen's specialties include designing spectacular displays for the Gaming / Hospitality industry as well as take-offs and designs for Wayfinding systems. Larry is well versed in the ADA, NFPA & IBC codes relating to code compliant signage. 

Larry Cohen, YESCO
YESCO
Salt Lake City

Randall Eslick

After almost 44 years of being self employed Randall Eslick finally decided its time to change hats and take a new approach. January 31st he closed Eslick Design and have taken a position with YESCO Las Vegas working on a variety of projects. Not just signage. He'll be living in Tulsa but will be traveling to Las Vegas and anywhere else as needed. Basically, Randall will be doing the same things he did at Eslick Design but with YESCO resources.

Randall Eslick, Owner and CEO, Eslick Design, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Eslick Design
Tulsa, Oklahoma

SNA Tower Lighting Enhances Vibe at L.A. LIVE

SNA Tower Lighting Enhances Vibe at L.A. LIVE

Sansi North America manufactured 10 LED video displays at L.A. LIVE, the sports and entertainment district outside the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The high-resolution video displays, installed by YESCO, have become an integral part of the ambiance in the district, which is home to high-profile events at the Staples Center and surrounding venues. This first phase of the project featured a main courtyard screen, long ribbon display, six courtyard tower displays, a tight-radius "prow" screen and a Staples Center wall-mounted display.

CityCenter Las Vegas Environmental Graphics and Wayfinding

A truly unique project from the SEGD archives circa 2010, CityCenter Las Vegas had a dream-team of five firms working on experiential graphic design. The 76-acre site sits on one of the world’s most notorious streets, where the development company commissioned eight world-renowned architects, 15 fine artists, more than 250 design firms, and 9,000 construction workers to realize an unprecedented $8.5 billion “urban resort”.

City Creek Environmental Graphics and Wayfinding

Salt Lake Rising

Art, landmarks, and signage elements give City Creek, Salt Lake City's new downtown mixed-use community, a unique sense of place. 

When Brigham Young led the pioneers of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Missouri west to their new home in Utah in 1847, the Mormon founders settled along a mountain creek that flowed past what is now the center of Salt Lake City.

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