The last of the summer sunshine found me in the pretty Surrey vilage of Golmshall, painting some Edwardian style signwriting directly to the building,
The bold and old style signage gives strong appeal to the tasty treats and decor to be found inside this vibrant and popular little cafe.
It's worthwhile popping by for tea, and taste it for yourselves !
28th October 2011 / Categories: Latest project news,
Wall-dogging, is an old sign painters term from the 1920's when huge signs where often painted onto the sides of buildings.
This interesting commision meant a challenging time lettering these quotes by hand directly to a rough cast concrete effect display at the Imperial War Museum in the City of London.
The five quotes and a map where painstakingly painted in signwriter's colour, using sable brushes and a delicate touch.
The display will form part of 'War Story' -A display featuring the first-hand experiences of British service personnel currently serving in Afghanistan which have been recorded for present and future generations.
Well worth a look if you are in town !
26th October 2011 / Categories: