We had the pleasure of working for Electrical Network, who were a new customer to approach us to apply their newly re-branded logo to the Whitby Branch they are opening up this month. The logo that was designed by University design students was to be implemented onto signage, interior decor and then vinyl graphics installed onto a delivery van. Various sign making methods were used from vinyl cut letters to digitally printed logos. Once completed they are now hoping to re-brand the Scarborough Branch with their new look.
We were asked by Chris Ellis at Media Vision to produce some roller banner stands for Escrick Church, York along with lots of other signage that was required for their exhibition and noticeboards. Various displays were printed from the artwork created by Chris in the form of banners and rigid board signage.
Along with other businesses in the town we were asked by Steven at Robertson’s to apply some window graphics to promote the Fish & Ships Festival to be held 18th – 19th May celebrating the Whitby’s Fishing Heritage.
Vinyl Signs help local under 10’s football team at Sleights F.C. by a sponsorship on their new team strip. Helping this team makes us proud to see young talent progress as our son is one of the players.
Here are a few of the latest vinyl graphics installed to some more vans for Towbar Express adding to their existing fleet that cover most of the UK.
We were asked my John & Michelle from Fergi’s hair salon to come up with some new & modern signage including window graphics for their new shop in Whitby. We cut & installed etched vinyl graphics for the windows creating a modern look and still giving some privacy to clients inside. The shop fascias were carried out fitting 5mm flat cut 3d letters from light grey acrylic.