Posted April 10th, 2018
Well, Spring seems to be very reluctant to put in an appearance this year, but despite all the wet weather we’ve still managed to get lots of external signage jobs completed, even with the odd blue sky day thrown in!
We’ve completed some lovely shop fascia signage recently, along with some lovely clients, including the Fudge Kitchen in Cambridge, who very kindly kept our energy levels topped up with delicious homemade fudge while we were working!
Also a great signage project with the ladies at Honey B Boutique, featuring a rebrand with new shop fascia, swing sign and some clever work on the old tiling under the window area with a printed brick design. We think the finished result looks fantastic.
Several really nice projects for local NHS Trusts completed recently using printed perspex panels, including artwork from a young talented local photographer. We reverse printed and then fitted these large perspex panels to brighten up the corridors, including panels to acknowledge the contributions from donors to Addenbrookes hospital.
We’ve been putting some finishing touches to our new showroom and meeting area using 3M Di-Noc architectural films, creating an amazing marble door and homemade desk with textured grained surface. These laminate films are brilliant for refurbishing tired old doors and furniture for a fraction of the cost of replacing them, and can create some superb design effects. For more on how these films can refurbish your space, check out our refurbishment laminates page for ideas and inspiration.
We fitted new signs and dry erase film to the Arm offices in Sheffield recently, with stand off lettering for the reception area to reflect the new brand guidelines, and installing dry wipe laminate film to the glass panels in some of the meeting rooms for whiteboards.
One-way window graphics were applied to this National Trust property, with high-resolution contravision prints with stunning graphics which really stand out. Contravision film is completely see-through from the inside of the building but provides privacy and prevents people looking in when viewed from the outside, as the image below illustrates.
If you would like to discuss your sign and graphics needs, or would like some inspiration for your next signage project, please don’t hesitate to contact our small, friendly team – we’d love to help!