Signs have been making businesses stand out from the rest since commerce itself was just a wee nipper. Nowadays, with 99% of signage being designed on a computer and made with vinyl, you can make your business stand out with the human touch, via a Signwriter who is geekishly passionate about letterforms and layout, with just his hands, some brushes and a bit of paint.

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

Architectural offices up in Clifton...

This was a restoration job - the number on the right pillar was still there - albeit barely visible - so I had to trace it before painting it in order to transfer the design on to the left pillar. Just read that back to myself and I'm not sure if it makes sense. Oh well. The whole thing was like painting on sandpaper, which was less than a laugh, but hey, I was out in the sun, and lord knows I need some tan time.

Saturday, 19 June 2010

Monday, 14 June 2010

The Station...coming soon

Sliiiight modification...











Okay, so the chap who comissioned me to do the Red Tractor Lager tap badge said 'do what you like, just make sure there's a red tractor in it', but his boss called about a day later explaining that he shouldn't have said that, and that they're after a slightly more chilled out, low alcohol kind of tip. So no cyclops, wheel spins and flames then, I suppose. Aaaand here's the new, slower and mellower badge...