Wayne Austin came to me to replace old signage to the exterior of their new offices in Altrincham. They had the old signage removed and had a simple request of taking their existing logo, fattening it up for maximum impact to fill the maximum area available. The logo was 2.8 metre wide, flat-cut brushed silver finish, 3mm aluminium composite sheet, on stand-off locator fixings installed to the first floor.
Nail Perfection are simplifying their brand, giving their shop a makeover and updating all of their printing. Starting off with a new logo design I have supplied this lovely white tray sign. All finished of with a red face, chrome fret cut logo with matching chrome address and phone number. The customer has fitted this themselves and done a great job.
This tray sign was colour matched to the window frames in order to compliment the building and its surroundings. The Fox Group logo was fret cut in white to stand off slightly from its background with 3 signs in total supplied and fitted.
StagePro had an idea for a word cloud on their largest wall in the building. After spending quite a bit of time moving words around to try and fill gaps, this design was finally good to go. All lettering was matt vinyl cut and fitted to the wall with an overall size of 4 metres wide and 2.5 metres tall. I love it and think it creates a nice feature to inspire all students for years to come.
Zitano have expanded and opened up their second restaurant in Chorlton-Cum-Hardy. Continuing with the same branding as Northwich, their new restaurant required different signage in order to cover up a painted on brick logo from the previous tenant. Our solution with lighting still compliments the exterior of the building very well. The sign was manufactured and installed in less than a week in time for the restaurant’s soft opening. For any sign requirements please contact us.
Working with the client to create their new logo to approval, we then set about creating a sign that would compliment the exterior of the building. The sign was manufactured and installed in less than a week in time for the restaurant’s soft opening. For any sign requirements please contact us.
Straight from the showroom came this large Ford Ranger truck for sign writing. I worked very closely with the client on this one as they knew exactly what they wanted. With client by my side we came up with the design and upon approval we bought in special metallic and flat vinyls to contrast with the burnt orange metallic paint and dark grey trim. If you need a giant tipi for your wedding or special event then please visit www.tipiunique.com and tell Karen that I recommended you.
Alchemy Natural Care had ideas for new labelling to take their brand forward and came to me to work with them on their project from brief to completion. After going through various designs and ideas I printed exact hard copy proofs of the finished sticker for testing with various packaging and products to ensure that they did not interact with the ink. Alchemy eventually settled on the designs as pictured and all labels were then printed on monomeric vinyl and kiss cut with round edges to complete the finish.
The intention with Alchemy is to help return traditional aromatherapy remedies to regular home use with ready blended, easy to use products; hence their slogan “Sharing generations of wisdom…” The products are 100% natural formulations, which contain a blend of ancient and scientifically proven active ingredients and nothing else.
I have created the artwork for these A2 posters (pictured left) which are printed in full colour on Soflat. The 3 foot x 1 foot banners (pictured right) are also printed full colour on 440gsm outdoor banner material with eyelets to suit.
Collings based in Altrincham, Cheshire have had an internal redecoration and came to me for some impact signage to compliment their reception area. Looking at existing fixtures and fittings it was obvious to go for a brushed steel aluminium composite sheet (ACS) with rear stand off supports. The size is 1.4m wide and once fitted the results are as pictured.