Thursday, December 3, 2009


Recently, it seems, we have been fabricating and painting more and more signs. I love signs. In fact I have a personal collection of vintage signs and sign painting books. We do offer customizable hand-painted, hand-lettered shop signs specializing in a vintage distressed look. I hate walking around town and seeing magic marker on poster board or worse a piece of 20lb. 8 1/2" x 11" paper advertising whatever it is that shopkeeper is offering. *cringe*
Anyway, we are now going to be proactively offering services such as hand-lettered signs to make our community a little more beautiful. They also make great gifts for the home!
We'll be posting samples soon.

The following is a smattering of fresh signage for theatre, churches, restaurants and trade shows....

Here are some elves (under construction by Tom Stuart) that we donated to The United Church of Christ in Bath, Maine for their annual Holiday Craft Fair.

Here are some recent signs for New England Conservatory's holiday production of Hansel & Gretel happening at The Cutler Majestic in Boston.

One of the newest, hippest spots in Easthampton, Venus and The Cellar Bar, had us do their sign(as well as some of their interior design).

Here is some large scale dimensional signage for Opera Boston's spring production of Bartered Bride.

A sign post we created for a Bay State Health trade show.

....and the early days when I worked out of my live/work loft. Here I am painting signs for a production of The Last 5 Years @ UMASS Amherst.

Of course, this is our logo which we created w/ the help of graphic designer Bill Davis and then enhanced by Peter King of We are currently in the process of designing our new exterior signage. Finally! It's all very exciting....

And here is a billboard style sign we created for The Full Monty.

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