Posted September 30th, 2016
Despite August being the summer holiday season there was no let-up in signage and wrapping projects, with some interesting jobs completed, and the great news is that September carried on in the same way.
The Rusty Rally is billed as ‘a European adventure for the mediocre motor car’ (their words not ours!) – a challenge of driving over 1,000 miles in 3 days through 3 countries in a vehicle worth less than £500, all to raise funds for the Outward Bound Trust.
Our task was to jazz up an old Saab with some striking graphics for her next adventure, and when we were done we reckon she was looking mighty fine!
These cast bronze stand-off letters look very elegant on the new student accommodation building Cowan Court at Churchill College, Cambridge, and were a real pleasure to install.
We also manufactured and installed a variety of wayfinding signs fitted around the building.
Continuing our long association with Addenbrookes, we were delighted to be involved in fitting vehicle signage and graphics to this patient courtesy bus for the hospital.
Steak & Honour
Two Chefs, Two Vans, and for a limited time only, One Signwriter!
James fitted temporary window graphics for Steak and Honour, a new kitchen being fitted out in Wheeler Street and opening in the Autumn to complement the two classic Citroen H vans you may have seen moving around various events in the Cambridge area. It was hungry work being so up close and personal with those images of some tasty looking burgers. Roll on the opening day!