Monthly Archive: May 2011

3D signs – three dimensional lettering 1

3D signs – three dimensional lettering

To make a sign literally stand out, 3D lettering is a good option. It’s a fantastic way of getting attention while still looking classy. 3D signage commands more of a premium than flat lettering, but as it casts its own shadow when sunlight hits it, there’s no need to print anything. It also gives a more exclusive look. As you can see, building signage is transformed, and when Osborne Ceramic Centre wanted a new look, three-dimensional lettering was the only way to go. They can be made from plastic, metal or wood, so please ask us for suggestions when you...

Car signage 0

Car signage

Signwriting a car is often more of a challenge than signwriting a van or signwriting a truck. There are curves and creases to work around. Shown here is a Chrysler PT Cruiser which we did signwriting for. It’s promoting a flight simulator business, and as you can see, the design makes it stand out rather well. The back window is done in Clear Focus, a one-way vision product which allows you to see out while still allowing graphics to be seen. If you have a car you’d like signwritten, then contact us and we can organise a quote. We can...