Archive for November, 2009

Are these Green Shoots?

The sign industry is often the first to go into recession but often the first to come out. Sign companies across the country have been struggling due to their reliance on the retail and construction industries which have been badly affected by the recession. But there seems to be a feeling of optimism amongst sign companies that the worst is over and there has been a definite increase in activity at Graffiti Design throughout November 2009.

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Lewes Castle Opening

On the 3rd November 2009, the HLF funded Project @ Lewes Castle was unveiled at a grand opening by HRH the Duke of Kent. Graffiti Design worked with David McCabe Design to produce all the external Interpretation and Graphics panels these included stand alone lecterns with graphic interpretation of the History of the surrounding area.

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Graffiti Design Helps Local Businesses

Throughout the recession Graffiti Design has looked to help our customers by offering them cost effective signs which helps them to attract more business. Often the forgotten element of Marketing signage and display is becoming an increasingly good way to stand out from the crowd, especially for businesses that rely on local trade.

We recently completed a sign project for local Tattoo Artist Michael of Sideshow Tattoo’s in Brighton & Hove, he wanted to come up with a simple signage solution which would clearly communicate his business offering to passing trade. The concept was designed by our in house design team and manufactured by In house production facilities using acrylic letters and an aluminium sign fascia. Since opening in August 2009 the sign has helped the business to grow as they have already expanded the business into a piercing parlour next door, as can be seen from the below photo.

Tattoo Sideshow

Fun abounds opened in October 2009, they Continue reading “Graffiti Design Helps Local Businesses” »