The word ‘take2′ was made for a shop sign, the letters measured 250mm high, 25mm thick, They had brass locators on the back.
This type of lettering is ideal for shop signs as well as for architectural signage as the letters should last for decades, They will not rod or rust. They may need repainting at some point in the future.
This is a new product and we are still working on ways to make them as the proccess at the moment requires a long lead time.
The size of the sign will be 3000mm x 600mm in 3mm thick opal acrylic with pink and black vinyl applied. The existing old sign panel was delivered to us for cleaning and re-using. It is not cheaper than a new panel but it does save landfill. Re using something is the perfect way to recycle.
The font shown on the layout is Edwardian Script, The small text is Gill Sans font. We made the Edwardian Script bolder than the original version as the font was very thin. The customers gave us their business card as a guide to the layout required for us to work on.
To make the sign we shall cover the acrylic in a sheet of pink and then we will apply a sheet of black with the letters cut out.
The customer fitted to fit it into an existing illuminated box.
Black on white. 3mm thick aluminium composite panel.
Font: Edwardian Script.
The sign was supplied for DIY fitting to the customer, they used their own local carpenter to fit the sign onto the shop front which was located inside a shopping centre in Boscombe which is a district of Bournemouth.