Got the Mariner Moose playing our Baby Blue Capcom arcade games at Occidental Park in Seattle for All Star Weekend.
We had a customer send us this marquee for printing. For those who do not know, typing of the dead was a variation on House of the Dead, where you type letters to kill zombies. The only one we have ever seen was in LA long ago. For any of you arcade nerds out there that want to build their own, we have the artwork ready for you!
We had a good time producing this custom Stern Jurassic Park translite for Sam. Specially designed by him, we printed on our trusty translite material and shipped it off. If you are in need for a custom pinball translite, please use the link below!
Had a customer request a very strange Japanese import marquee. This one was for Gahaha, an arcade that had what looked to be a plastic molded arcade marquee, a true nightmare for collectors if it breaks during transport. Also, with little to no graphics available online, we had to dig a little to find what was available. Turned out great though, check the picture below, and many thanks to Julian C. for the photos.
Had a cool custom job for one of our customers. Check out the projects she has been working on in the video below:
Another set of amazing light boxes produced with ArcadeMarquee products, and Richard Ivey’s wood working talents. Our favorite one in this batch: Lunar Lander. Thanks for the photos Richard!
We recently had the pleasure of doing a Quartet arcade marquee for Adam. Pretty rare cabinet that we have never seen in the wild. Super happy that another unique cabinet was restored to it’s former glory. Thanks for the photos Adam!
Check out the marquee in our store HERE, and watch a video play through below:
We sold a couple batches of marquees a couple months ago to a Canadian fellow and was pleasantly surprised to see he came up with some amazing light boxes! Greg Lobb operates the website Mosquitoworkshop.com and has some awesome stuff to look at. Be sure to check out his work there, or @mosquitoworkshop on Instagram.
Been a while since we’ve done a mystery marquee challenge. This one is worth $10 to be mailed straight to your door.
First person to email us at arcademarquee….at….gmail….dot….com or through our contact page with the correct answer receives enough cash for 10 candy bars!
Answer: CLICK HERE
Congrats to Greg L. for the correct guess. Canadians for the win!