Double sided hanging sign made from hundred year old Murray Pine floorboards. For Lets Do Coffee in Pakenham St. Echuca
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.
New handpainted name plates for the Pride of the Murray paddlesteamer of Echuca.
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
Hand-painted fascia sign for Riverport Florist in Darling St, Echuca. The pink decoration around the lettering is a ‘blend-shade’.
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!
Traditionally hand-painted name for the Port of Echuca’s Paddlesteamer Alexander Arbuthnot
Boat name in vinyl lettering for the Eureka of Melbourne
Refurbishment of an existing hand painted sign for Echuca Heritage Sweet Co. in High St.
An old hand-painted A-aboard for Riverina Shoe Co in High St.
This was a repaint of an existing sign that had outlived its useful life. High gloss enamel on weathertex board, High St. Echuca
This is part of a display in the Shepparton Motor Museum. The handpainted signwriting is based on a picture of the original Furphy’s Foundry.