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Archive for June, 2010

My First Month at Signscape

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010
Becci North

Becci North

Firstly I would like to thank everybody for the huge welcome I have received. My first month has been an enjoyable challenge both in the office and out. In the office I am learning the ropes of the sign industry and look forward to broadening my knowledge over the coming months.

Out of the office I have enjoyed a pleasurable walk up Dolberrow Warren during my lunch hour; our offices are set in a beautiful location, an absolute blessing! I shall be going stateside at the end of the month so enjoy the football, tennis and the sunshine; I look forward to speaking with you on my return. Who knows I may even have some pictures for our Flickr gallery!


Street Signs and Signpost

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Great link from the Flickr Gallery site on strange & interesting Street Signs and Signposts:

If you have any interesting photos, why not submit them?

Infocurve – “Make a statement”

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010
Infocurve for Silverstone

Infocurve Powder Coated with applied graphics

I recently had a brilliant comment from a customer about our Infocurve. “This is a fantastic product for making a big statement – easy to install and great flat surfaces to apply our digital prints”.

Available in lots of different sizes and suitable for up to 4 metres out of the ground. Can also be wall-mounted, suspended and with either single sheet or multiple panels.

Ideal for wayfinding and can be powder coated in any of the BS or RAL range of colours.  Also looks great in a scheme of signs, particularly with its little brother Infocurve Lite.

Let me know if you need any advice or help on any of your wayfinding projects, alternatively you will find some inspiration on our Flickr Gallery.

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