From smaller jobs like house signs to large lorry trailers and shipping containers and all other signs in-between, each project is produced by hand painting lettering direct to the prepared surface.
Traditional sign writing offers the versatility of being able to be applied to all sorts of surfaces. These include ‘made to measure’ wooden signs, slate and stone, direct to rendered walls, shop fascias, interior walls and doors, banner material, ally composites and plastics. Irregular and difficult surfaces such as uneven stone and pebble dash offer possibilities where signwriting is the only realistic option. Exeter Airport’s perforated radar dish was one of the more interesting substrates I’ve signwritten.
Covering all of the south in an area from South Wales to the West Midlands and all along the South coast, a percentage of the work I provide is for local and national sign companies who require the flexibility of a signwriter to arrive on site to carry out instructions direct from designers or architects.
All work, whether large or small, is completed with the same professionalism and attention to detail to produce a sign of quality and distinction.
I am pleased to receive enquiries from private individuals, commercial business and the sign trade.