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.

Saturday, 24 September 2011

Royal treat...

Did this pen and ink royal wank fantasy a few years ago, but Bristol label Drawn Recordings do a zine and they've put it in as an upmarket centre-fold.
Three of these big ol' bastards to do

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Macaroons at Patisserie Leila, Stokes Croft...

So I stole a typeface from Mike Giant for the use of advertising a local patisserie's Macaroon deal. Deal with it.

Wednesday, 14 September 2011


So I ordered this to go with my wedding suit, back in June, but I missed the delivery on account of my then being balls deep in a world of work, so it remained at the depot for a couple moments too long before being sent back to Alabama.  *Sigh* so I paid another thirty sobs to have it re-delivered and then when it does arrive this time, I've got a customs bill of twenty nine quid on top.  Turned out to be quite a pricey hat after all, but it sure as Hell looks good (check out the tag next to it as well!).

If you just half close your eyes...

Monday, 5 September 2011

Maitreya Social

Swanky veggie restaurant Maitreya Social opening this wednesday on St Marks road, Easton - where swanky veggie restaurant Cafe Maitreya was until last week.  I discovered on Saturday, that being catastrophically hungover and climbing ladders to paint letters is not the mostest mega-est ace idea.  Luckily, it turned out okay...