We entered a design contest with a selection of work we have carried out over the past year and actually reached as a finalist. Please share the post on our Facebook page @vinylsignswhitby to put us in the running to be a Winner…the featured photograph is the selected photo among others that was chosen by the ShopVOX team based in America.
Eskdale School approached us about making a banner to advertise their soon to be built (after fundraising) 3g football pitch. Banners are great way to get your advertisement needs out there at an affordable cost that can be produced at virtually any size you require….for more information about Eskdale’s great idea please click this link: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/eskdale-school3g
We were approached by Alex & Frankie from Mister Chips, one of our long standing customers to install some new lettering at their new Restaurant & Take-Away that would be opened on the west side of town mirroring their existing one from the east side. Marine grade polished stainless letters were manufactured and fitted to the newly painted fascia frontage giving the Mister Chips branded look.
Vinyl Signs were contacted by Michael from John Lees Aerial Specialist to come up with a design for their new vehicle graphics to match their existing business cards. The image was produced by digitally printed panels to the sides/rear including a partial bonnet wrap to the front.
Gary & Karen contacted us from the Leeway in Whitby to update their existing signage at their quality boutique b&b with new colours to match their exterior decor and an updated lettering style to produce a clean contemporary image for their guests.
We were asked by James at Abbey Gas to carry out some vinyl graphics on a new van to add to their existing fleet following along with the branded logo and colours to maintain their local identity.