This Triumph motorcycle tank was already painted in magenta and white and I just needed to add the gold finishing stripe. Approx one hour’s work.
The Howlin’ Wolf Hut is a cross between a blues juke joint and a tiny house on wheels. It’s based in Echuca-Moama on the Murray River and 0488 093695 is the number to enquire about hiring it for your next event.
Handpainted fascia lettering for the Mathoura General Store, Livingstone St, Mathoura.
Mathoura Pharmacy Depot football sponsorship signage at Mathoura football ground
Double sided hanging sign made from hundred year old Murray Pine floorboards. For Lets Do Coffee in Pakenham St. Echuca
Football sponsorship signage for the American Hotel, Echuca at Mathoura football ground
Handpainted recreation of signage from a photograph of an historic building in Deniliquin, NSW
The Pulpit Tavern is in Mt Barker , South Australia, and this traditional handpainted sign is intended to suggest the old hanging double sided signs common on historic British pubs.
Rural property sign for Riverview Poll Hereford Stud in northern NSW (Tabulam is between Tenterfield and Casino, on the Clarence river). This design is based on the previous sign and the HT in the lower ribbon is the property’s cattle brand.
Short term signage for the Mathoura whole town garage sale. This is all hand painted, but quickly like a temporary flouro window sign. The date is in a separate panel to make it easy to update for next year’s event.
New handpainted name plates for the Pride of the Murray paddlesteamer of Echuca.
Handpainted yellow Rosellas on weathertex panel. Even house numbers can be beautiful!
Temporary flouro window signs for the summer clearance sale at Echuca Fashion Centre in Hare St. A sign like this would be approx $250 plus GST with an expected lifespan of 3 months.
Handpainted houseboat name. Painted on site at the Murray River moorings just along from Riverboat Dock in Echuca
Fascia signage in vinyl and enamel paint for Helen’s Takeaway in the main shopping centre of Lockington, Vic.
Temporary window sign hand painted for Flight Centre Echuca. temporary window signs like this are excellent advertising. They are usually painted fast to keep the price down.
Repaint of an existing sign in the existing colour scheme for Echuca Disposals in High St. Echuca
Handpainted fascia signs at the 3 Galahs Cafe in High St. Echuca
Temporary window splash at Flight Centre in Pakenham St. Echuca
Handpainted sign detail for Mathoura Timbercutters Football and Netball Club ‘legends’ shed’.
Hand-painted fascia sign for Riverport Florist in Darling St, Echuca. The pink decoration around the lettering is a ‘blend-shade’.
Temporary window signs like this one are good value. This one cost about $100 and lasted for three months, which compares very well with the price of newspaper or radio ads.
Sign panels for the Murray River mooring of the Paddlesteamer Emmylou at Echuca. The left side is all hand painted and the right side is computer-generated.
This sign was painted on an old car door as a gift. Something like this would cost around $300 plus tax or $250 plus tax if you supply your own door/background
A repaint of existing signs for Echuca Disposals in High St. Vinyl lettering and hand painting on sheetmetal panels. With the caravan and outdoor store next door, they must have the largest range of camping, fishing and outdoor supplies in Echuca!
Many rural properties have names as well as numerical roadside addresses. If yours is one of those and you’d like a quote on an entrance sign like this, please don’t hesitate to get in contact. In this case it was possible to make all design decisions via email and telephone and I delivered the sign to a […]
Hand painted fascia signs for Radcliffe’s and Port 53 restaurant in Radcliffe St. Echuca. This part of Radcliffe St is within the Shire of Campaspe’s heritage zone and all exterior signage is required to conform to planning regulations regarding size, style and colouring.
Handpainted signs on thick slabs of redgum for the Tattersalls Club Hotel in Mathoura, NSW.
Two signs on aluminium composite panel and battens for the Deniliquin RSL Gym. The RSL logo is all painted and the Gym sign is in vinyl lettering
This mural panel was painted for the 100th anniversary of the 1915 Coo-ee Recruitment March and the design was taken from old black and white photos of the actual event. Hand-painted murals have a lively quality that digital prints seem to lack. I worked on this mural panel with my colleagues Peter and Sharon.
Hand painted fascia signage for Motiv 8 Health and Fitness Centre in End St. Deniliquin
Traditionally hand-painted name for the Port of Echuca’s Paddlesteamer Alexander Arbuthnot
Hand painted fascia sign for the End St. Deniliquin office of Southern Cross Care
Hand painted sign on aluminium panel for Westside Auto Electrics, Echuca