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Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Gilesgate Tandoori on the outskirts of Durham were absolutely desperate for a new sign to bring them into the 21st century and lucky for them they asked us, the tried and tested market leader in the area to make it (not big headed at all as you can see). Outside sign consisted of powder coated folded aluminium panels decorated with cut vinyl contrasting purple pattern,with built up (3d) LED illuminated scripted letters and then a raised off digitally printed rectangular graphic to the right side. Inside we produced a stencil cut illuminated panel for the full length of the counter. Stunning!! Thanks for the business Tahmid, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Durham Lane are a major player in the outsourcing, training and recruitment industry and when they re-located their premises to Silverlink on Tyneside they asked us to provide their new signage. Their sign of choice was three 1.1m x 5m flex face systems. Its a system where a transluscent PVC skin is digitally printed with the required graphic then stretched within a uniquely extruded frame which can accommodate a special clip which is attached to the skin. The entire skin was illumiinated from within the frame via ultra modern and extremely bright LED. The main benefits of this system are that the skin is quite easily interchangeable and the sign can be made seamlessly in one piece. Thanks for the business Lee, it's very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We do so much work in the Bengali community and putting modesty aside for a moment, its because we're really good at making quality signs that really stand out for all the right reasons. In this particular instance its the mustard colour that makes this stencil cut Led illuminated sign pop, and on a night its outstanding. Thanks for the business Moni, very much appreciated and we're glad you love it.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. The Pasta Factory is a new and very welcome addition to Sunderland City centre and we had the pleasure of making their sign. Project consisted of mid grey stencil cut folded aluminium panels with LED illumination with cut vinyl graphic word cloud to interior wall, digitally printed designer wallpaper, all finished off with digitally printed menus. Thanks for the business Joe, lovely meeting you and best of luck for the future. Oh....what do you call a fake noodle?......an impasta! :)

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Oh my God I have great memories of this place in the vibrant Miami Vice style jacket days called the 80's (Please ask your mam and dad who Tubbs and Crocket were). Previously the Vestry and the famous 5th Avenue it has now been revitalised as The Albert bar and we had the honour of making the sign. Powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with 20mm deep flat cut halo illuminated letters made this one of the nicest in Fawcett Street (the other two great signs in Fawcett Street we made too :) Thanks for the business Graeme, very much appreciated. PS I was Tubbs.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were asked by Voodoo Cafe in Darlington to produce a stunning sign project for them and we DID! The project consisted of powder coated, folded aluminium panels, decorated with 600mm high rimless built up (3d) letters with red acrylc faces illuminated via super bright long lasting red LED. The project was finished off with a 1200mm high double sided illuminated stencil cut projecting sign. Thank you very much for the business Kendra and Les....you got there in the end and it looks stunning.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. 18 years ago, yes in 1999 we last worked inside this building (not the outside I might add) and so we were mildly surprised to get a call from the new tenant Cliff & Co Estates to make their new sign. Project consisted of powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with 30mm deep halo illuminated, flat cut letters, all installed seamlessly around the wonkiest building in Sunderland. Thanks for the business Nick and very best of luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Dolled Up have been trading on Sea Road, Sunderland for many years, and when it came to move to bigger premises they decided to use us for their new signs. Project consisted of powder coated, folded aluminium panels decorated with flat cut copper effect letters, raised from panel via 20mm locators. So glad you love the sign Laura, thank you for the business and very best of luck.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. 10 years after we completed their last project, Peter Heron Estate Agents asked us to update the signs on their Sea Road and Fawcett Street premises. A pair of identitcal powder coated, built up (3d) letters were fastened to the cedar fascia then halo illuminated via white led onto white composite reflector trays. The project was finished off with 10mm thick flat cut letters bonded directly to the fascia. Thank you very much again for the business Ashley, as always its very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Forklift & Safety Training Academy on Cold Heseldon Ind. Est. have been established around 14 years and were in desperate need of new signage. The 1.2m x 5m project consisted of two powder coated folded aluminium panels with stencil cut detail which fully illuminates via LED. Thank you very much for the business Jeanette and we're really glad that you love the sign.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. 11 years after completing their Stockton branch signs we were asked to produce Gowland White's new Yarm signage. Project consisted of powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with 10mm acrylic flat cut letters bonded directly to the panel along with miscellaneous cut vinyl. Project was finished off with full length LED trough light and double sided projecting sign. Thank you very much again for the business Julie and Chris, as ever, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Klass are a nationwide chain of stores selling womens clothing and when they refurbished their store at Dalton Park they asked us to make their new sign. Project consisted of a 1.3m x 5m powder coated, stencil cut style sign with the cut out detail illuminated via LED. Thanks very much for the business David, it's very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Diamond Cut Barbers needed a stunning new sign to go with there brand new premises and asked us to produce it. The sign consists of a powder coated, folded aluminium panel, decorated with 20mm built up letters and diamond shape which were halo illuminated via blue LED. Thanks for the business Sean and Brent, its very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. On the site of the old Nordstrom building in Hendon, Door Kit UK opened their new manufacturing hub and asked us to manufacture their new sign because we did such a good job with Nordstrom's signs for their new building over the road. Installed via a cherry picker 8m from ground level the project consisted of 1.8m x 9m worth of orange powder coated, folded aluminium panels, decorated with 1m high built up (3d) rim and return letters which were face lit via ultra high powdered white led, the sign was finished off with illuminated stencil cut detail to base of the panel. Thanks for the business Paul and best of luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Tyne Bank Brewery have just moved premises and asked us to provide all their signage, and what beautiful signage. We produced a 2.5m x 800mm double sided illuminated projecting sign with face lit illuminated 3d logo to top and stencil cut detail towards the base. The rear entrance sign was manufactured using a series of folded aluminium panels to create a great entrance / mini canopy sign with illuminated built up (3d) logo to the left and stencil cut detail to the right. Project was finished off with miscellaneous flat panel signs to the front and an interior 8x4 clear acrylic investor plaque inside. Thank you very much for the business Julia, it was very much appreciated..

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were delighted to undertake the project for The Terrace Champagne & Cocktail in Green Terrace, Sunderland because we knew from the outset it would look stunning against the old brick and the re-fit was done to such a high standard that it would be great to be associated with it. The project consisted of built up (3d) mirror polished stainless steel letters raised off wall and halo lit with extremely bright and long lasting white LED, along with 10mm flat cut white lettering above and below. Window graphics to ground floor and black flat cut lettering behind the bar finished the job off beautifully. Thanks for the business Alan and Dave, we're glad you love it.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Easy Move Lettings wanted a fantastic mid range sign with a bit of depth but didn't want to spend too much. We fufulfilled the brief by producing a powder coated folded aluminium panel style sign, decorated with 20mm deep flat cut letters and key shape logo raised from panel and illuminated via LED, job was finished off with cut vinyl detail. Thanks for the business Frank, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. 6 years after the original sign project, we were asked by Newton Lee in Sunderland city centre to produce interior signage for their new offices and the new Just Travel Cover brand. Project consisted of twelve 1.2m square digitally printed canvasses, six 1.3m x 4m digitally printed wall coverings and digitally printed composite reception sign with white acrylic raised lettering. Thanks very much again for the business Chris and very best of luck.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Previously Ruby's in Ashbrooke, Refresh specialise in small surgical aesthetic beauty treatments and needed a sign that reflected a professional and clinical image. The sign consisted of white powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with raised 30mm cnc cut letters halo lit via white led and finished off with 10mm flat cut letters bonded directly to the panel. An additional decorative steel projecting sign was added for maximum visibility. Thank you for the business Pauline and very best of luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Houghton Nursery School aren't an ordinary nursery because their children spend a lot of time outdoors getting mucky. Their new sign had to reflect this, so with nature, re-cycling and sustainability in mind we produced a 4m x 2m pole and plank style sign, decorated with re-claimed timber, coloured re-cycled aluminium panels and 30mm deep 3d letters which were halo lit via low voltage ultra long lasting cool white LED. Thank you for the business Kay and Sarah and were really glad that you like the finished product.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Nordstroms Timber Merchants are an institution in Sunderland and were established around 80 years ago. They finally outgrew their old premised and asked us to manufacture all their new signage. Project consisted of four separate 1.5m x 10m folded aluminium panel style signs, decorated with blue flat cut aluminium letters and illuminated the full length via LED trough lights. All installed over 12m from ground level. Thanks for the business again Lynne and David, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Sweet Tooth are a chain of 4 stores throughout the North East and they asked us to produce the signage for their flag ship store. We produced 500mm high 3d trough letters, face illuminated with warm white cabochon fair ground style led's, a large built up (3d) shape for the centre of the windows and a 1100mm diameter double sided LED illuminated projecting sign for their front entrance. Absolutely stunning. Thanks very much for the business Kayley and very best of luck with the new store.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. The Blandford is a bit of an institution in Sunderland so we were delighted to be asked to make their new signs. The sign consisted of a set of brushed gold aluminium composite letters with gold cut vinyl shadowing. Thanks for the business Paul and Ben and may your third bar be as successful as the other two.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Goa are an excellent Indian restaurant on the sea front at Seaburn, Sunderland and wanted an fantastic sign that matched their beautiful restaurant. We were asked to produce a 1m x 5m folded aluminium panel style sign with one half left blank (for future venture) and the main part decorated with built up (3d) mirror polished stainless steel letters which were halo illuminated with colour change led's, they can flash, fade or you can simply choose a static colour. Thanks very much for the business Taz, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. The Salt House Kitchen is a very special cafe restaurant in Seaburn so it stands to reason they wanted an extra special sign. We can't take credit for the beautiful natural slate fascia but we can take credit for the mirror polished gold stainless steel, flat cut letters which were raised from fascia 30mm using stainless steel studs and the gold cut vinyl lettering below. Gold stainless is very rare so it was lovely to use such a beautiful material. Thanks for the business Abby and Sam and continued good fortune for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Thompson Contractors are the premier refurbishment contractors in the bar, restaurant and hotel industry and they asked us to make their new signage for their Seaham site. The four signs of varying sizes all consisted of grey powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with 800mm high, led illuminated built up (3d) mirror polished stainless steel rimless letters, along with stencil cut text detail which was illuminated via programmable remote control colour change led's. Thank you very much for the business Alan, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Middlers are a firm of accountants based in Coxhoe and they asked us to give their premises a facelift. The project consisted of folded aluminium panel style sign, decorated with coloured 10mm flat cut letters bonded directly to the panel, along with double sided led illuminated projecting sign, window graphics, internal wall graphics and bespoke digitally printed wallpaper. Thanks very much for the business Lynsey and Andrew, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Years after working on Peter Heron's signs we were asked to produce a set of Sunderland Skyline window graphics for their Fawcett Street and Sea Road branch. Although they look straightforward they were extremely complex to produce and fit. Thanks for the business Allison and Ashleigh, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We do a lot of work in the Bengali community and were asked to give Barresdale Triple Diner in Alnwick a major face lift. The Project consisted of 700mm x 6m worth of led illuminated stencil cut folded aluminium sign panels, seven individual 600mm x 600mm hand made led illuminated curved menu boxes and 10 square metres of internal digitally printed word cloud style wall graphics. Anyone who knows this take away will tell you that the transformation was amazing. Thanks for the business Amina, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Le Raaj Indian Restaurant chain asked us to produce the new signage for their exclusive restaurant in Sedgefield, Co. Durham. Project consisted of two 2.5m wide and one 1.5m wide hand made, built up, oval, stencil cut panels, decorated with built up led illuminated rimless letters with gold painted edges, all illuminated via the brightest led module money can buy. Extras included illuminated light boxes to totem signage, interior flat cut lettering and window graphics. Thank you very much for the business Rez and very best of luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. The Tipsy Cow is on the site of the old Central bar in Sunderland City Centre. We were asked to produce 400mm high gold powder coated built up (3d) lettes along with internal signage and timber projecting sign. Thanks for the business Mark, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Treadmill GYM is situated on the very prominent site that was the old Grindon Mill Pub and they needed some bold signage for both ends of the building. We were asked to produce two blue folded aluminium panels, decorated with 1m high rimless face lit built up (3d) letters. illuminated via the brightest white sign led module you can buy. Project was completed by installing a 1m x 1.25m stencil cut led illuminated entrance sign. Thanks very much for the business Khayam and Chris, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Dynamic Property Management's new premises are in Crook, County Durham. They looked locally for a sign company to fulfill their brief but unfortunately no one fit their high standards so they contacted ourselves 30 miles away. Big headed I know, sorry, but we are good ! After we'd built out the old fascia to take a 1.2m high sign we implemented white powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with halo lit built up (3d) letters and 'Y' shape, along with led lit stencil cut 'Property Management' letters and cut vinyl lettering to finish. Thank you very much for the business Richard and very best of luck with the new premises.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were asked byThe Trimmers Arms in South Shields to update their signage and at same time to advertise their new Live Music Lounge. Both external signs consisted of black powder coated folded aluminium panels decorated with built up (3d) rimless opal acrylic face lit LED letters with mirror polished stainless steel edges (returns). Fit by cherry picker the larger sign was 2mx5m and the smaller 1.3m x 3m. Project was finished off with two flat cut halo lit record shaped internal signs. Thanks for the business Chris and thanks once again for all your help Gary.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. When the partners of Cafe Spice in Ashbrooke, Sunderland decided to refurbish the restaurant and change the name, they decided to use us. We made a folded aluminium panel, powder coated it white, decorated it with face LED lit rimless white and purple letters with gold metallic edges and then fixed it to two white steel 4m high poles. 'Yuvraaj' means prince but this is the king of signs. I know rubbish line but true none the less. Thank you very much Monie, Shafy and everyone else at Yuvraaj.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We've made signs for Reds in Durham Road for years and years but theres always been one blank wall that needed filling, until now ta da. This project consisted of four 800mm high built up (3d) powder coated aluminium letters, along with smaller black 10mm flat cut letters. Thanks again for the business Susan, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Aqua are a hair salon in High Barnes and for years their sign consisted of sticky letters but the time came for a change. They asked us to keep the signs subtle but still make an impact so we produced 8 built up mirror polished stainless steel letters, halo illuminated via colour change led's. Thanks for the business Sarah and Rachel, its very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Wearside Shutters are based on Dame Dorothy Crescent right next to the Wearmouth Bridge and they asked us to produce their new sign. Woo hoo we said. Their sign consisted of a folded aluminium panel, decorated with rim and return led illuminated built up letters. Nice to see you again Paul and thany you very much for the business.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. For ladies and gents hair styling Capo are an institution in Sunderland and have been in the same premises with the same sign for 25 years, but it was time for a change. Their new sign is a stencil cut folded aluminium panel, powder coated in light grey and decorated with led illuminated 100mm deep rimless stainless steel built up letters. Thanks for the business Phill, really glad you love the sign.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Emily Charles is a new property sales and lettings firm in Frederick Street, Sunderland city centre and they asked us to look after their signage. The project consisted of a 7 metre deep purple powder coated folded aluminium panel style sign, decorated with 10mm flat cut letters along with twenty A3 and A2 illuminated light pocket window displays and internal flat cut lettering logo to rear office wall. Thanks for the business Becky and very best of luck for the future.

'Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Happiness 3' is right next door to the Sunderland Empire (see its making you smile already even before you've ordered the crispy duck) and is quite a simply made sign compared to what we normally make but none the less, extremely effective. The sign consists of 1.2m x 6m gloss black aluminium panels, decorated with a mixture of cnc cut red aluminium chinese characters and matching red cut vinyl decorative border, all finished off with matching black aluminium frame. Thanks for the business Cassie, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were asked to provide new signs for The Little Waxing Co. in Green Terrace, Sunderland. The main sign consisted of a stencul cut, led lit mild steel sign (left untreated so it WILL rust, very trendy trust me) along with two 700mm square light boxes for the main windows. Thanks for the business Sophie, very much appreciated and good luck for the fuuture.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were asked by Millfield Nursery to give their schools image a facelift. Main sign is a stencil cut folded aluminium panel, decorated with a built up 'kids drawing' shape then all illuminated via superbright led. Perimeter signs were digitally printed pole and plank signs. Thank you Catherine, business was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. On a Monday Rafik's favourite colour is purple and on a Thursday its green and because Saturday's are special and most people are jolly on a Saturday his favourite colours are all the colours of the rainbow which can flash, strobe and also merge seemlessly nice and slowly:) Thorndale Tandoori asked us to make a beautiful sign. It consisted of folded black aluminium panels, rimless built up stainless steel letters with opal faces which were lit with colour change led's. Sign was finished off with a halo lit disc logo to the left and decorated with digitally printed faded scroll pattern. Thanks for the business Rafik...your sign is beautiful.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. This is a fantastic sign for Eight Estates at the bottom of New Durham Road just outside Sunderland city centre. We manufactured 24 built up rimless letters made with a black painted stainless steel edge and white opalescent face, embedded super bright white led modules inside them then mounted them onto a re-cycled timber effect cladding to produce a real eyecatching sign. Thanks for the business Gary, Riki and BJ, it was very much appreciated once again.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were asked by Grill Hut on Sea Road in Sunderland to produce a real show stopping sign for their brand new take-away. Sign consisted of built up, mirror polished rim and return letters, face lit via led, a 1 metre diameter built up stainless shape with chicken detail, again lit via led, along with stencil cut, powder coated aluminium panels. Thanks for the business Ahmed, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Down at the end of Roker Pier sits a new development of restaurants. We were asked by So Wok to produce their new signage. The project consisted of flat cut, digitally printed letters and graphics raised off main fascia, along with two 10x5 digitally printed scenes of down town Tokyo, raised from internal wall via large chrome studs, all finished off with a digitally printed menu. Thanks for the business Craig, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were asked by Charles Derby Estates North East in Burnopfield to make a real statement with a 'professional well made' sign. We delivered with this white box and pan style sign, decorated with grey 10mm flat cut letters throughout. Thanks for the business Paul, it was very much appreciated and glad you loved the end result.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. This was an unusual but exciting project because it was very very different from what we normally produce. A client in Portsmouth wanted four 5ft high built up double rim and return letters to hire out for weddings. We produced these 200mm deep white powder coated letters for the client to put his own fairy light led's in. Thanks for the business Wayne and very best of luck with the new venture.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. The brief for this sign was to make it look rustic and traditional and we did just that. We used predominantly timber for the main sign panels and decorated it with hand painted 20mm deep letters. Digitally printed contour cut flowers and telephone number plaque finished the sign off beautifully. Thanks for the business Gary and Jem and very best of luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were asked by Fusion Bar to produce the sign for their new bar in Sunderland City Centre. Project consisted of 50mm deep built up stainless steel letters, powder coated gold and then halo illuminated via white led. Thanks again for business Mike, much appreciated.

7 years after we did their last sign, Monkwearmouth School asked us to manufacture their new main sign when they successfully gained academy status. Sign consisted of 800mm high built up (3d) purple powder coated letters with the school slogan also built up but powder coated gold. Thanks for the business Andre, very much appreciated.

Stella's loft is a new gift / lifestyle boutique in the heart of Whitburn and we were asked to make a real difference to the way the shop front looked. Signs consisted of aluminium box and pan style sign, decorated with antique white 10mm flat cut letters and gold cut vinyl logo. Thanks for the business Ann-Marie and very best of luck in the future.

Chic 'n Iconic is a new ladies clothes and accessories store in Holmside, Sunderland. Sign consisted of black gloss aluminium composite panels, decorated with 10mm pink flat cut letters and finished with cut vinyl graphics. Thanks for the business Malcolm and Elaine, it was very much appreciated.

We were asked by InterFlex group, an international packaging print company to produce fresh new signage for their new Sunderland plant on the riverside underneath Alexandra Bridge, Sunderland. The signs consisted of two 1.5m x 3m folded aluminium panels decorated with digital prints and cut vinyl graphics and a series of 8x4 and 10x5 pole and plank steel and aluminium perimeter signs. Thank you very much for the business Andy and Mike, it was very much appreciated.

We were asked by Nordstroms Timber Merchants, one of Sunderland's longest established businesses to re-furbish their main sign. The project consisted of 1.5m high, yellow aluminium composite panels, decorated with flat cut royal blue aluminium composite letters, all illuminated via a full length 8.5m trough light. It was a pleasure to work on another project for you Lynn and David, the business was very much appreciated.

Quite a compact sign but boy did it do the trick. It had to convey a trustworthy, sophisticated image but at the sme time cover an unsightly shutter box and we think we did all three very well. An aluminium box was powder coated light grey then decorated with chunky 20mm letters. Thanks for the business Dasha and Russell, your business was very much appreciated.

We were delighted to be asked by Gestamp UK to produce their main corporate signage at their plant in Washington. The sign consisted of 27 feet worth of powder coated built up letters and logo, all of which were halo illuminated via white led. To save on energy costs the whole sign is powered via 12v led drivers through a photo cell which means it only operates in low light conditions. Thanks for the business Rebecca and Mark, very much appreciated.

We're really glad you loved your sign Jean. An olive coloured folded aluminium panel, decorated with brushed silver flat cut letters and digitally printed logo made this sign a rose amongst many thorns in John Street, Sunderland. Thanks again Jean and very best of luck with your new business.

Borneo Bistro in Hylton Road is an extremely popular restaurant but in need of a facelift. We were asked to produce a lime green aluminium box and pan style sign decorated with black flat cut letters and cut vinyl. What a transformation. Thanks for the business Kevin, very much appreciated.

This sign project consisted of 3d mirror polished stainless steel letters and 3d school badge to main wall, 2 free standing pole and plank signs and flat panel signs. We hope you agree that the end result was outstanding. Thanks for the business Emma, very much appreciated.

This is a beautiful sign for Glo Hair & Beauty in Easington Lane. It consists of 8m powder coated, folded aluminium panels, decorated with 3 dimensional mirror polished stainless steel letters, halo lit via white led. Check out the before and after shots. This is a perfect example of how a nice sign can literally transform a business. Thank you for the business Lisa, very much appreciated.

What a project and what a fantastic end result. We were asked to replace all of Southmoor School's signs after they achieved academy status. The project consisted of 800mm high mirror polished stainless steel letters and round aluminium badge to main brick elevation. These were complemented by three 1.2m x 2.5m pole and plank signs to the perimeter of the school grounds, along with a 1.2m x 750mm box and pan reception sign and over 30 digitally printed composite signs throughout the schools reception area and main hall, measuring from 600mm x 600mm right upto 1.2m x 2.5m. Thanks again for the business Miss Jones, Phil and all at that the school.

This is a very smart 6 metre x 1 metre aluminium box and pan style sign for Smiths, a South Shields Fish & Chip Shopon Ocean Road. The panels were decorated with 3 dimensional built up letters which were halo lit via blue leds. Additional decoration was achieved by using traditional cut vinyl letters and a quirky digitally printed pattern. Thanks very much for the business Will, its very much appreciated.

Signal violet folded aluminium panels were decorated with flat cut polished composite letters to make a great sign for Harringtons, a Durham City sales and lettings agency. Thanks again for the business Miss Jones, Phil & Dougie, it was very much appreciated.

What a stunning sign. We were asked by Rick Petini, MD of Delcor, a bespoke furniture maker with a showroom on the Kings Road, Chelsea to help re-brand their flagship store with a 1.6 metre x 7 metre trough lit box and pan sign, powder coated in a matt storm grey and decorated with a 20mm deep flat cut logo and vinyl stripes to top and base of panels. Along side main sign is a beautiful stencil cut projecting sign illuminated either side by led. The project was finished off with subtle window graphic banding, plaque to inner door and an innovative digitally printed main entrance door shutter wrap. Thank you very much for the business Rick, it was a long day but very much worth while.

We were asked to freshen up Keith Hodson Bookmakers signs in Easington, Whiteleas and South Shields. They were simple composite panels decorated with cut vinyl but the end result was very effective. Thanks for the business Keith, it was very much appreciated.

This is a great set of very compact built up letters for a branch of The Woolroom in Sanderson Arcade Morpeth. Much more complicated than you could every imagine because of the shape of the type face and their size and colour. They were accompanied by exterior flat cut mirror composite letters and a double sided lozenge style sign. Thanks for the business Steven, very much appreciated.

This is officially the largest and most complex sign we're undertaken. The sign consisted of 40 metres of folded and powder coated aluminium panels, decorated with built up (3d) powder coated serif letters which were all halo lit with blue led. The sign completely transformed this building and in our opinion North Hylton Road. Thank you for your business John, it was very much appreciated.

This project was very challenging but we hope you agree that the effort was worth while. We were asked by Newton Lee Insurance to look after their new signage requirements upon their move from Sea Road, Fulwell to their new premises at Victoria House, Toward Road (just opp Mowbray Park). The project consisted of 30ft worth of aluminium panels, decorated with lots of hand made mirror polished stainless steel built up letters, halo lit with blue and red led's...fit 50ft from the ground!!! Remainder of the project consisted of mirror composite exterior signage along with 10 custom made canvases for the interior office space. Thank you so much Robert, Ken & Andrew for putting your trust in us, we were delighted that you were so happy with the outcome.

This is an absolutely stunning sign. It compromises of Hipca white powder coated folded aluminium panels decorated with led (same led that are used in McDonalds new signs) halo lit built up stainless steel shapes with the addition of built up internally led lit acrylic letters and finished off with a huge 1.2 metre diameter built up opalescent pizza shape with the addition of a collage of digitally printed pizza images. A manufacturing marvel and the most complex fast food sign any where in the North East.Thank you for the business Pejman, it was very much appreciated. Glad you were delighted.

This was a neat little project for an all girls school in Sunderland. Project consisted of pole and plan flat panel sign, curved flat panel sign with steel frame and various miscellaneous signs around the school. Thanks for the business Miss Jones, very much appreciated as ever.

Below is a lovely set of designer wallpaper for Westminster Restaurant in Sunderland. Measures 1.5m x 6m. Thanks for business Lee.

These two signs are beautiful. We were asked by Olivers Dental Studio on Durham Road, Sunderland to design, manufacture and implement two 4 metre high, pole mounted, powder coated, aluminium signs, decorated with mirror polished 3 dimensional stainless steel letters and cut vinyl letters. The results speak fpor them self. Thank you Michael and thank you Joanne for the business.

We were asked to produce an 'old distressed flag' designer paper look on the walls of The Shoes in Sacriston. Thanks for the business Alan.

We were delighted to be asked to help rebrand CCS, a Sunderlandl telecommunications company, 3 years after undertaking their last project. The Project consisted of a 3m x 2m shaped powder coated 3d aluminium panel, decorated with 3d CCS letters halo lit with green led, a 3d speech bubble shape made from mirror polished stainless steel face lit with white led and finished off to the base with flat cut aluminium letters. Flatter and smaller flat cut signs were situated on the remaining 3 elevations of the building. Thanks again for the business Chris, very, very much appreciated.

We were delighted to be asked to manufacture signs for the rebranding of Substance Bar Sunderland into Bar One. The project consisted of a mixture of complex aluminium circular shapes and sign letters, illuminated from within via led's. All finished off with a matching set of window graphics. Beautiful. Thanks for the business Alan, very much appreciated.

This sign is a great example of mixing two different manufacturing methods. One elevation was constructed from an aluminium box decorated with blue led halo lit, three dimensional letters and the other two elevations were stencil cut from aluminium box, the blue flat text illuminates from behind. The overall impact, as you can see was stunning. Thanks Monu and Pritam and very best of luck for the future.

Citri, one of the countrys largest online mortgage brokers chose Ascension Signs to roll out the sign project for their first north east brokerage in North Shields. The Project consisted of matt white aluminium box and pan, decorated with 3 dimensional stainless steel letters, halo lit with green led's and accompanied by a double sided circular stainless projecting sign. Interior signage consisted of double sided digital printed aluminium composite window and wall displays, numerous pieces of decorative computer cut vinyl lettering and window frosting. Absolutely stunning. Thank you Joanne and Greg and very best of luck for the future.

We don't mean to be too big headedl but this is a beautiful sign. D'ACQUA is a brand new Italian / fish restaurant situated in the most picturesque part of Sunderland City Centre, John Street. The sign consists of 3 dimensional mirror polished stainless steel letters, halo lit with vibrant blue led's and accompanied with flat cut stainless steel letters adhered to a satin white 4 metre aluminium box and pan. Thank you very much for the business James and best of luck for the future.

Click the pic below to see more. We've made some beautiful signs as you can see but this is astonishing. It's what we call a monolith, it's one of a pair of 2.3 metres wide x 4 metres high signs for Tavistock Italia's (part of the Roker Hotel) latest requisition in Middlesbrough. It consists of a steel frame concreted into the ground, decorated with matt black powder coated aluminium panels and decorated with the most intricate 3 dimensional stainless steel letters you can imagine and halo lit from behind with white led's. Gorgeous.

Click on the pic below to see more. A beautifully compact sign for a smart upmarket art gallery just up from the coast in Fulwell, Sunderland. White halo lit stainless steel letters sit on a wine red shaped pan, along with stencil cut web address and finished off with two decorative stainless steel bands. Lovely.

We were asked by Ravens on Chillingham Road, Newcastle to bring their old 15 year old sign up to date. Their new sign consists of aluminium box and pan sign, painted silver metallic, decorated with 3 dimensional green acrylic letters and lit internally via long lasting, maintenance free, green led's. Apologies for our rubbish night time photography attempt, the camera is great it's just we've no idea how to use it. Thanks Peter, your business is very much appreciated.

We are delighted to showcase our latest very high profile sign project for Beyond Bar And Club located inside the very popular 'The Gate' complex in Newcastle City Centre. Sign consists of pearl silver powder coated 4 metre aluminium box and pan, decorated with 3 dimensional mirror polished stainless steel letters halo illuminated with red led and finished off with a complex electronic device which enables the closing times to be illuminated at the turn of a switch depending on what time they are open till. The sign was complimented either side with 8ftx4ft lightboxes which allow interchangeable posters. Click pic below to see more.

(Click the Cosa Nostra pic below to see more). On the face of it a beautifully scripted simple looking sign, but WOW what a toughy. A pairofhand made black powder coated aluminium three dimensionalwords, spelling Cosa Nostra, halo lit with amber led's made this a truly stunning sign for a high class italian restaurant on the site of the old Mowbray Park Hotel in Sunderland City Centre.

A great little project for a newsagent in Roker which desperately needed a facelift. Project consisted of flat composite panels, decorated with 10mm flat cut foam letters, surrounded by aluminium frame. Windows were covered with a mixture of digitally printed vinyl and digitally printed one way vision. Thank you very much for the business Tracey and Roy, pleasure to meet you both.

Click the pic below to see more of alovely pair of signs for a new health and beauty studio in Borough Road, Sunderland. Brushed stainless steel 3D letters, halo lit with white led's coupled with flat cut 'Hair & Beauty' brushed stainless letters brought these premises into the 21st century. Letters applied to the clients own ply fascia.

Click the pic below to see more. After tough competition we were delighted to be given the tender by Easington District Council to replace the advertising message on two huge road signs just south of Peterlee on the North bound A19 carriageway. Each sign was 5 metres x 10 metres and was completely clad in gloss black aluminium composite which inturn was decorated with white reflective vinyl and specially digitally printed logos and text which had to be perfectly colour matched.

A series of yellow flat cut letters, cut vinyl lettering to shutters and a lovely little illuminated projecting sign really hit the spot for this new household goods store in Whitburn Village. Thanks for the business Paul, very much appreciated.

We were delighted to be asked by Newcastle based Code Leisure, owners of RETOX to manufacture signage for their new bar / night club on the site of the famous old Chambers night club in High Street, Sunderland. As is the trend at the moment the sign consisted of satin black aluminium pans, decorated with 3 dimensional stainless steel letters then halo illuminated with white led's. Simple and stunning, we hope you agree! Call us now if your image is important to you and you'd like an absolute no obligation, friendly quote.

(Click the CCS pic below to see more). How astonishing is this sign for a local Mobile Technology specialists. A clean hi tech white aluminium and mirror polished stainless steel sign by day and an amazing futuristic 3d masterpiece by night.

(Click the AB10 pic below). We love what we do at Ascension Signs and there's nothing better than to have a project viewed by hundreds of thousands of people each year. AB10 is situated inside The Bridges Shopping Centre in Sunderland and is a very sophisticated clothing shop. The sign is a very clean uncluttered example consisting of an aluminium box (pan) finished with halo lit 3D stainless steel letters.

Click the picture below to see this stunning major sign project for a very exclusive Sunderland City Centre bar situated in Derwent Street. Check out the windows!!!

Click picture below for larger images - An absolutely stunning sign - sixteen, handmade, 50cm high, 3D stainless steel letters halo lit with blue leds made this insurance company on York Road, Hartlepool stand out from the competition. 40ft up and 8 metres wide and still less than a small ad in Yellow Pages, except this sign will last years and years and years. Check back soon for a daylight shot.

Click the picture below to see this beautiful project for a very elegant ladies and gents hair salon in Ryhope, Sunderland.

Milltech Training are a very long established and well respected training organisation so we were obviously very happy indeed to be asked by them to produce their new signage upon their move from Frederick Street, Sunderland to their new premises at Toward Road, Sunderland. Their sign consisted of white, flat aluminium composite panels, decorated with flat cut composite letters, surrounded by an aluminium sign frame. Thank you very much for the business Derek, it was very much appreciated.

Welcome to a beautifully simple but huge sign at the entrance of one of Sunderland's biggest school. A series of flat cut letters and logo transferred this elevation. Click the pic below to see more.

A lovely little project for the famous Blyth Spartans Football Club. We reproduced their logo from aluminium composite and layered it up to give the sign some depth.

Below a series of three elegant signs in Silksworth, Ryhope and Grangetown for one of Sunderland's longest established funeral directors.All three rear illuminated to give a strong but understated effect.

Please click the photograph below to see a lovely, clean project for a property lettings company in Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne.

A simple, but very effective 6 metre x 1 metre composite pan decorated with mirror silver aluminium composite letters. Thanks Rebecca and very best of luck for the future.

A lovely set of twenty two 3D polished stainless steel letters for a set of luxury apartments just off West Sunniside in Sunderland.

Another beautiful sign: Gold metallic and cream halo amber lit built up 3D letter sign all sitting on a cream pan for Jaydees bar which is situated next to Idols in Sunderland.

A beautiful example of a box and pan sign with face lit opal letters. Stunning in the day time, it positively zings at night, apologies for night time photography but the sign was so bright and eyecatching my camera couldn't cope.

Please click the photo below to see more of this project.A very long (16 metre) box and pan sign for a Stockton-on-Tees estate agents, finished off beautifully with colour coded trough lights to the full length of the sign. Thanks Julie and Chris and best of luck for the future.

A lovely neat project for a Sunderland City Centre tea room. The sign consisted of flat cut brushed gold composite letters and tea cup shaped composite panel. Thanks very much for the business Dave, very much appreciated.

A classic example of a mirror finish built up 3D lettering sign for a Gateshead based luxury car retailer.

Another neat little project for one of Tavistock Leisure's recent acquisitions, The Plough at Burnopfield. Thanks again for business Mark

A neat little flat panel and box and pan project for Paul Cummings new premises in Charles Street, Sunderland. Thanks for business Paul, very much appreciated as ever.

Below, a 3 metre x 1.5 metre directional sign for a local transport company.

Below, a 2 metre x 3 metre digitally printed, curved exhibition stand for the Sunderland Echo

Below, a new sign for a dog grooming parlour in Whitburn, flat cut letters with a picture of my dog on the sign, I didn't even charge for the picture.

Below, One of two 3 metre x 0.6 metre double sided vertical light boxes for Harleys Bar in Sunderland City Centre. 40ft up on a very windy day made this one tricky, but yet again me managed.

Below, a huge sign, canopy and smaller signs for a new luxury hotel and restaurant in Rothbury, Northumberland

Below, A 4 metre x 1.7 metre monolith for an entrance to an industrial estate in Cramlington. Constructed from steel box section, powder coated in silver, then clad with blue aluminium panels and finished with 42 white aluminium strips.

Below, an 8ftx8ft full colour and an 8ft x 12ft site hoarding sign for a new luxury housing development in Sunderland and new industrial estate in Cramlington.

This was a lovely flat cut, mirror composite sign project for Woolroom in Sanderson Arcade Morpeth

A stunning example of a gold metallic flat cut lettering sign, mounted directly to the brick work, finished off with three circular logos

A beautiful example of a gold metallic flat cut lettering sign, mounted onto red acrylic and framed with aluminium. The gold is cut from one piece of plastic and stands proud of the fascia by 20mm. Stunning!

Below, a project for a local Quad Bike retailer based in Strikes Garden centre near Shiney Row (previous Lambton Lion Park). We designed the logo, made the 4ftx8ft interior wall panels, the exterior 4ft x 6ft contour cut aluminium sign and the 5ft x 7ft roadside A board. Stunning!

Below: A lovely combination of aluminium letters and full colour photographs make this Financial Adviser in Boldon stand out.

A lovely example of a a box or pan type sign joined at right angles to each other then topped off with trough lights. Simple but effective.

Full colour digital window prints for Blu Bambu nightclub in Sunderland City Centre measuring 2m x 1m.

Two lovely signs, one for a hair salon and one for a health and beauty parlour, both occupying the same building in Langley Park, Durham.

A beautiful sign for a Sunderland City Centre Deli. (opposite Frankie's and Bennies) made from flat cut lettering on our own router, pegged off the main sign and finished with a digitally printed chilli. Stunning!!.

Below: A lovely example of an uncluttered sophisticated gold flat cut letter sign that looks like it cost 10 times more than it did.

Below: A stunning 6m x 1m interior mission statement sign for Durham County Fire Brigade Head Quarters. A mixture of clear perspex, flat cut steel lettering and vinyl lettering made this a truly magnificent spectacle. All held off the wall 20mm by satinsteel sign fixings. So big we could hardly get it all in the photograph.

Below: A 4ft x 16ft aluminium sign for a local hi performance car specialist

Below: A lovely light box for a beauty and tanning studio in Washington

Below: A great example of a 16ftx5ft digitally printed sign. Simple fabrication - eye catching result.

Below: A sign and window display combination for a new Letting Agency in Sunderland. The window display was made from scratch, even down to the plastic display holders.

Below: Another flat cut lettering sign for a new Barber shop in Durham, letters are pegged off main fascia board by 20mm. Class.

Below: Another gorgeous gold, flat cut lettering sign for a new Coffee Shop on Sea Road in Fulwell, Sunderland, pegged off main fascia board by 20mm. Simple and lovely! And below that a close up of the Rowan Tree simulated acid etched window graphics and below that a perspex board lettered with a poem which really finished the interior decor off.

Below: A beautiful sign measuring 4m x 1m cut completely from perspex and pegged off from the wall by 2cm.

Below: Brushed steel flat cut letters appled to main fascia for local Interior Design Studio

Below: FULL COLOUR INTERIOR SIGNAGE FOR ONE OF THE LARGEST ARCHITECTS IN THE UK

Below: A SERIES OF 50 SIGNS MADE FOR ONE OF THE LARGEST PUB LANDLORDS IN THE COUNTRY, MEASURING 2FT X 4FT

 

 

 

 

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project.Linthorpe Beds already have stores in Stockton and Bishop Auckland but when they decided to open their new store in Darlington they asked us to provide all their new signs. The project consisted of a 10 square metre fully LED illuminated flex face sign (no joins). The project was completed with 2 sets of interior flat cut letters in a deep red acrylic with 15mm locating studs exterior banners, car park signs etc and a rather nice 1.5m x 1.5m interior stair way sign. Thanks for the business Sandra and Keith, its very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. NewTan are a new tanning salon in Hylton Castle and wanted a really nice new sign but something different from black and orange. We suggested a grey powder coated, folded aluminium panel, decorated with brushed copper effect flat cut letters and 10mm thick white letters. Stunning! Thanks for the business Dannii, we're really glad you love it so much.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project.Sea Road is becoming a bit of a hot spot for us so we were delighted to be asked to fit yet another great sign on the road that leads to the coast in Sunderland. Sign consisted of light blue powder coated, folded aluminium panels, decorated with 10mm flat cut letters raised from fascia on 20mm locators, all finished off with a full length, stunning copper LED trough light. Thanks for the business Michelle, very much appreciated and good luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Previously known as Westminster in Sunderland city centre, The Rabbit is a bar and bistro and when they needed a face lift they asked us to undertake it for them. Folded aluminium panels, decorated with built up (3d) letters halo illuminated via LED and stencil cut folded panels made this a project fit for the listed building it sits on. Project was finished off with a double sided, contour cut scroll style projecting sign illuminated via LED trough lights. Thanks again for the business over the years Lee and Dave, its always very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We normally don't work in Spennymoor so when the call came we thought why not. Aleeza's is a lovely Indian restaurant so of course they needed a beautiful sign. Project consisted of stencil cut, LED illuminated panels, decorated with brushed gold band and cut vinyl pattern. Project was finished off beautifully with a set of frosted window graphics. Thanks for the business Ruhani and we're glad you love it and thanks for trusting us with the colours, they came out fantastically well.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Fitz Fabrications have a fantastic reputation locally as a quality fabricator so we were delighted to be asked to manufacture their new signs. Both signs were 1.2m x 2.5m powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with built up (3d) letters along with 5mm red and 5mm black acrylic for the anvil shape and additional text respectively. Thanks very much for the business Helen and Eric, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Red House Pharmacy were taken over and asked us to bring them into the 21st century with a proper sign. A stencil cut, powder coated folded aluminium panel illuminated via LED really lifted this building. The project was finished off with a folded panel, decorated with 10mm thick letters, window graphics and a wall plaque. Thanks again for the business Jaz, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. The owners of Namaste in South Shields were so happy with the sign we made for them when they needed to freshen up their Olive Street Sunderland restaurant they called on us to supply their signage. Project consisted of 6m worth of powder coated, stencil cut, folded aluminium panels, illuminated via LED and cut vinyl graphics for their ground floor windows. Thanks again for the business Raz, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Intelex were previously a vehicle graphics client but when they opened their new premises they came to us for their new sign. Small but perfectly formed - its a 2.5m x 750mm powder coated aluminium panel, decorated with 10mm thick flat cut letters and X shape. Thanks again for the business David and Sam, very much appreciated and good luck.

Apollo Doors needed to give their new reception area in their new premises a bit of a lift so when they sent us their idea we said, yeah certainly we can make that. They are a series of 20mm thick high gloss painted UHD letters raised off reception wall via 15mm locating studs. Thanks for the business Ian and very best of luck with for the future.

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Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. This is a lovely, neat little project for EL Dance, a new dance studio in Sunderland City centre. It is a 1.2m x 2.5m stencil cut, powder coated, folded aluminium panel, illuminated via white LED. Thanks very much for the business Emily and very best of luck in the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Ok, normally I waffle on about how a sign is made blah blah blah but I think I'll just let the before and after photos speak for themselves, click the magnifying glass to see more.. Thanks for the business Sheila, Coleen and Ian, very much appreciated. Did you know that a French dog barks waff waff, not woof woof :)

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were asked to design, manufacture and implement 12 metres worth of dark grey powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with brushed copper flat cut letters and to finish the sign off with a colour coded copper LED trough light. Stunning, and we're glad that you agree Anita and Kevin. Thanks for the business and best of luck.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. As part of a major refurbishment, Peter Heron Estate Agent asked us to look after their new signage. The project consisted of 20 metres worth of powder coated, folded aluminium panels, one decorated with built up and halo illuminated (3d) along with illuminated stencil cut detail and the other just with illuminated stencil cut detail. The project was finished off with a 1m square double sided illuminated projecting sign and a large built up heron for their office wall. Thanks again Ashley, as always, much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. For at least 125 years this beautiful Victorian building has stood proudly in Seaham as The Volunteer Arms. It has now been brought back to life in splendid fashion as a licensed coffee bar and eatery and looks amazing...so it made sense to make a splendid sign too. Project consisted of a mid grey powder coated folded aluminium panel with flat cut copper letters raised from the surface via 20mm locators, digitally printed wall covering showing building within its original surroundings, poetry graphics and then topped off with clean looking window graphics. Thanks for the business Linda and Alan and we're really glad you like it. From now on I'm going to get all my customers to smile in the photograph.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. After completing the signage for their larger site 6 years ago we were asked to replace the signage at their South Shields premises. The project consisted of powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with grey 20mm flat cut letters, bonded directly to the panel. Whole project finished off with a full length LED troughlight. Beautiful. Thanks again for the business John and pleasure to deal with you Daniel and Kayren.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Max Training are a martial arts academy in Middlesbrough and were desperately in need for new signage. Project consisted of a 1.2m x 5m powder coated folded aluminium panel style sign, decorated with 3d letters - halo lit with a mixture of white and blue LED. This was installed 10m up using a cherry picker. Project was finished off with a series of contour cut digitally printed flat aluminium composite signs. Thanks very much for the business Matt, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Previously Elephant Tea Rooms in High Street, Sunderland, The Keel Lounge is now a comfortable, modern and thoroughly pleasant place to eat a piece of cherry bakewell tart in. Project consisted of flat cut mirror gold lettering installed onto exisiting fascia along with digitally printed contour cut logo. Project was finished off with window graphics and interior circular logo. Thanks for business Sharon and Joanna and very best of luck for the future. I like cake.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were delighted to be chosen from 2 other sign companies who were asked to quote on this project, not only were our prices very competitive but our attitude towards safety were very much appreciated. Project consisted of two 2.5 x 1m pole and plank signs, flat cut lettering and circular logo to wall, main reception sign to wall and two smaller pole and plank signs with the addition of a lockable poster case. Thanks very much for the business Mrs Willis, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Bar Shu Impression took over the old Shanghai Manor premises in Fawcett Street, Sunderland and needed a brand new sign to go with their brand new name. We made them a 1m x 8m powder coated, folded aluminium panel, which was stencil cut to allow LED light through and finished off with cut vinyl detail. Thank you very much for the business Mr Shu and George, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Six months after completing the bar project for The Terrace in Green Terrace we were asked to produce a similarly themed signage project for their new function rooms right next door. Project consisted of mirror polished stainless steel built up (3d) letters, halo illuminated via ultra bright white LED. Thanks again for the business David, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Falcon Computers on Roker Avenue, Sunderland have just opened a very impressive new gaming department and wondered how they could transform the wall space. We covered 35 square metres of wall with digitally printed aluminium composite to create a very bespoke finish. Project was finished off with ten 1.5m x 3.5m one way vision window graphics. Thanks for the business Darren, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Gavin Reynolds Funeral Directors are brand new to Sunderland and asked us to produce their signage. Project consisted of mirror gold flat cut letters, raised from fascia via 15mm locators and a simple set of cut vinyl window graphics. Understated and lovely. Thanks for the business Gavin and very best of luck.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Belle Vue Fish and Chip shop in Middlesbrough has been open for decades but had a decades old sign too. It was time to bring it into the 21st century and we did just that. Sign consisted of 10m worth of powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with built up (3d) silver anchor shape, blue illuminated wave style shape and white face lit built up letters to finish off. We think you'll agree, just like the client, that the end results were stunning. Thanks very much for the business Bal, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Young Aesthetics are a clinic specialising in some cutting edge (no pun intended) cosmetic procedures and needed to expand into larger premises in South Shields. For their main sign we were asked to produce 20mm built up letters and logo and then mirror polished flat cut letters for their main interior wall sign. Project was finished off with a band of frosted style window graphics. Thank you very much for the business Susan and very best of luck in the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Formerley Westminster Restaurant, The Dead Rabbit is a stylish new addition to Sunderland's night life scene. We were asked to produce some quite sophisticated LED halo illuminated built up lettering, with window graphics and internal graphics to compliment. Thanks again for the business Lee, as always It's very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Previously NAN Restaurant in King George Road South Shields, its been refurbished and we were asked to undertake the project. The job consisted of 800mm x 8m worth of black powder coated, stencil cut panels, back lit via LED. Project was finished off with lots of flatter cut vinyl signs around the perimeter. Thanks for the business Razz, very much appreciated. Really glad you love it.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Bethany's florist on Kayll Road, Sunderland needed a facelift desperately so they asked us to come up with a stunning but mid-range cost effective solution. We manufactured a powder coated folded aluminium panel and decorated it with 20mm flat cut letters raised from panel via 15mm locators and finished it off with some cut vinyl graphics. Thanks again for the business Marie and best of luck.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. San Marino has been in Chester Road, Sunderland for many many years and it was time for a facelift. The sign consisted of powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with rim less LED face lit built up (3d) letters, finished off with LED illuminated stencil cut detail and Italian flag vinyl graphic. A real transformation. Thanks for the business Ben and Elisa, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. On the site of the old Cafe Eighteen in Olive Street in Sunderland city centre is Enchantment, a cafe with a twist. They asked us to provide them a powder coated folded aluminium panel, decorated with gold letters and logo raised off panel via 15mm locators. Good luck for the future Jennifer.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. A great set of window graphics can really transform a business and infact customers of certain businesses almost expect to see a certain type of look when visiting a shop. Horsley Hill Post Office realised this and asked us to design, supply and fit a very powerful set. Thanks for the business Mrs Kaur.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Eat It Sweet are a new and very chic cakery and tea room in Grangetown, Sunderland. Their coffee and cakes are very special and so it goes without saying they wanted a very special and tasteful sign. We made them a 4.5m folded aluminium panel style sign, powder coated in a storm grey colour, decorated with 30mm deep soft pink letters and finished off with an LED illuminated colour coded trough light to the top of the sign. Thank you very much for the business Joanne and Cristie, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Small but perfectly formed. This 1300x900 stencil cut, powder coated, LED illuminated , folded aluminium panel style sign really was a welcome change to the 1990's style sign they had. Thanks for the business Christine, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. enBeaute (with an accent on e but can't find out how to do it on PC) are a new hair and beauty salon in Durham City Centre. Due to planning restrictions they had to use the current painted fascia so they asked us to produce some simple but very effective 10mm flat cut letters. Thanks for the business Alex and very best of luck.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Frances Marshall are an exclusive set of hair stylists working out of a beautiful period building in Sunniside in Sunderland and asked us to produce some new signage for them. Sign consisted of a 2.5m x 800mm double sided LED illuminated stencil cut projecting signs. Thanks for the business Harry, bery much appreciated again.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Little Learners are a long established private day care nursery in Etrick Grove, Sunderland. There signs were badly out of date and a little bit fragmented with no real style or substance. They asked us to produce something 'fantastic' and 'eyecatching' for them and the client agreed we did just that. Sign consisted of midnight blue powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with built up (3d) mirror polished stainless steel letters, halo lit via warm white led and finished off with cut vinyl detail. Thanks very much for the business Beverley, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Orchid Aesthetics moved premises and needed a new sign. They wanted something very well made and professional looking to match the clinical nature of their business....so they asked us. We produced a powder coated, folded aluminium panel style sign, decorated with 20mm deep painted letters and circular logo. Thanks for the business Sharon and your kind comments.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Sunderland Carpet Centre have been based on Station Road, Fulwell for around 15 years and when it came time to refurb their sign they asked us to do it. The sign consists of a grey powder coated folded aluminium panel, decorated with led lit rimless face lit letters with mirror polished stainless steel edges, finished off by stencil cutting the contact information out of the left hand panel and illuminating from behind. Absolutely stunning. Thanks for the business Steve and Tony, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. DC sell designer childrenswear in Olive Street in Sunderland and wanted a sophisticated but understated set of sign letters for both their black timber fascias. Letters were painstakinly cut from a 10mm ultra high dense foam and then painted metallic gold. Thanks for the business Brenda and Kevin, its very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. This tanning salon on The Green in Southwick has been there for years and it was time for a change. To keep costs down we suggested a folded aluminium panel, decorated with 30mm thick letters, halo lit via white LED. Thanks for business Frank, very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We were asked to manufacture 18 metres worth of folded aluminium panel style signs and then wrap them in a mainly black design with subtle grey pattern, we then installed two sets of built up rimless letters onto each elevation of the cafe. The letters were face lit via RGB colour change LED's which can be remotely changed from colour to colour, flashing and fading etc. The purple plywood boards were supplied and we can't take credit for those.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. We did the original Funky Indian project in Tavistock Place so we were delighted to help with their latest project when they moved to new premises on the site of the old Cosa Nostra restaurant next to Mowbray Park (which incedently we did too 8 years ago). Project consisted of black gloss aluminium composite flat cut letters and yellow hanging car shape, all raised off fascia via 20mm locators, along with 3m x 3m digitally printed wallpaper to internal wall, application of logo to main windows and digital prints to staircase windows. Thanks again for the business Kam and very best of luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. This is a big sign. 15 metres of powder coated, folded aluminium panels, decorated with mirror polished rimless letters and large 3d shaped logo, illuminated via remote control colour change led's made this sign an absolute stunner, totally transforming the building on which it hangs. Project was finished off beautifully with 20 sq.mts of digitally printed wallpaper and etch style window graphics. Thanks for business Dula and very best of luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. This is a lovely neat double fronted 10m project for a new hair & beauty clinic in Hylton Road, Sunderland. Project consisted of flat aluminium composite panels, decorated with brushed gold flat cut letters raised from fascia then surrounded by colour coded powder coated frame. Thanks very much for the business Judith and best of luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. This is a lovely example of a powder coated folded aluminium panel decorated with cut vinyl. Simple but effective. Thanks again for business Neil.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Finally Holmeside is on its way back. When I was younger it was the place to be seen and after 25 years of under investment 18 Holmeside have put there money where there mouth is and opened a lovely bohemian coffee shop. Sign was simple in its construction but still packs a punch. Consisted of black aluminium frame, hi-gloss black aluminium composite panels, decorated with brushed stainless steel effect flat cut letters. Thanks for the business Simon and El and very best of luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Wild Brides are based adjacent to Sainsbury's at Silksworth and desperately needed to raise their profile and become more visible. We produced three folded aluminium panels, powder coated them turquoise and decorated them with 10mm white flat cut letters and 2 digitally printed wedding dresses to either end. I think the result speaks for its self. Thanks for the business Gill, glad you love it.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Bella & Frannie is a new cafe in Darrass Hall, Ponteland and they asked us to design and supply a hand painted vintage style sign made from timber, decorated with flat cut gold and flat cut 20mm black letters. Job was finished off beautifully with a double sided projecting sign, illuminated either side with led trough lights. Thank you very much for the business Lynsey and Mark, very best of luck for the future.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Hel Razors is a very successful barber shop at the Nook in South Shields and when next door became vacant they decided to expand and refresh their image. So they approached us to produce a 1.2m x 10m sign which spanned both shops. The sign consisted of timber effect cladding, decorated with 10mm flat cut letters raised from fascia with locators. Please look at the before and after shots because to get a sign this big and so straight over two premises of varying sizes was a real task and took some clever steel fabrication to stiffen everything up. Thanks for the business Helen and Chris and I'm really glad that the reaction has been so positive.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Voodoo Vinyls tint vehicle windows and do single colour change vehicle wraps (both things that we don't do thanfully :) and asked us to produce their brand new sign. Their sign consisted of a lilac powder coated folded aluminium panel, along with built up alien shape and text, all illuminated via superbright led. Thanks for the business Danny and I hope things go really well.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Bojangles is a new cafe in Sea Road, Sunderland. Knowing precisely what she wanted we produced a white folded aluminium panel sign, decorated with b;ack flat cut letters. Thanks for the business Rachel, it was very much appreciated.

Click on the magnifying glass to see more of this project. Hylton Castle Working Mens Club signage desperately needed a facelift and they asked their nearest full service signage company to do it (big headed I know but true). On a small budget we produced an 8x4 CNC shaped aluminium panel raised off the wall via 7 polished stainless steel studs. Panel was decorated with flat cut brushed gold composite letters and cut vinyl graphics. Icing on the cake was halo lighting the rear perimeter of the sign using ultra bright white led's. Thanks very much for the business Brian, its very much appreciated.

We were asked by Sunderland Business Innovation Centre to produce 45 uniquely styled unit number displays. They consisted of 600mm x 500mm triangular-ish white powder coated built up aluminium shapes, decorated with 10mm thick green UHD letters raised from aluminium via 15mm locators.

Ta da. From rotten hand painted ply wood sign in Old English style to a powder coated folded aluminium panel, decorated with rimless 3d letters with mirror polished edges, internally lit via colour changing led and finished off with stencil cut punched through effect description and cut vinyl graphics. Thanks for the business Sadiq, its very much appreciated as it is always from the Bangladeshi community.

The Moti Raj is an institution in Sunderland and just happens to be my favourite restaurant, so when we were asked to update their 40 year old sign I was delighted. We covered two columns with folded aluminium panels, which were stencil cut and had led illuminated full colour crowns. The main sign was also made from a folded aluminium panel and painted metallic gold but it was decorated with face lit rimless white letters with a silver mirror polished edge along with a stencil cut crown. Because of its compactnesss it made this project a complex one but we believe the results speak for themselves. Thanks for the business Shafy, see you Saturday night as usual.

We were asked by GPS Installations of Cramlington to manufacture some stunning signage for their new head office. Main sign was a 3.6m x 2m x 150mm deep triangular folded aluminium panel sign, decorated with face lit, rimless letters and radio wave shapes along with stencil cut profiling for the word 'installations'. Project was finished off with bespoke covers for the front entrance shutter hoods and shutter hood signs to rear doors. Thanks for the business Gavin, very much appreciated.

Geekys are a technology repair shop in Sunderland city centre and wanted to raise their game with a larger and more high profile sign so they came to us. Sign consisted of folded aluminium panels, decorated with built up aluminium letters which were halo lit with green led, sign was finished off with stencil cut info to top of panel. Thanks for the business Rob, very much appreciated.

Amore Italian Restaurant at Roker recently re-opened as El Amor Spanish and Portuguese Tapas Restaurant and asked us to produce a 1m x 3m light box illuminated via led, along with 10 metres worth of digitally printed banners / windbreakers for their terrace and a 1.5m x 2m digitally printed wall print for their entrance lobby. Thanks again for the business Kam, very much appreciated.

We were asked by Clipperz in Whitburn village to produce their new signage. The project consisted of a series of grey powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with 700mm high flat cut letters and cut vinyl letters. Thanks for the business Nicola and good luck with the move.

This is a lovely pair of signs for Bion Bar in Holmside Sunderland. Project consisted of rimless stainless steel letters with opalescent face, internally lit via RGB colour changing LED's. Can have all static primary colours, as well as purple and multiple flash and fade modes if you're feeling discoey. Thanks again for the business Mike, bar looks great.

Eyecatching is not the word. Yes its a beautiful stencil cut aluminium folded panel which lets the description and the contact details illuminate and yes it has a rather nice pattern, but the icing on the cake is the 100mm deep white acrylic letters which illuminate via RGB colour changers. This means that the led colours can be altered to shine in 6 different static colours and fade in and out and flash. Sagar Indian Restaurant in Seaham is a sight more visible than it used to be. Thanks for the business Yeakut, very much appreciated.

We were asked to help brand Road 51. This new property search company need new signs to the front and back of their new premises at Wallsend on Tyneside. Signs consisted of 2.5m x 1m folded aluminium panels, powder coated Hipca white and decorated with grey and lime cut vinyl graphics. Simple but very effective. Thanks for the business Do and Duncan, it was a real pleasure.

This is a black powder coated folded aluminium box and pan style sign, decorated with built up mirror polished stainless steel letters, halo lit with green led. Thanks for the business Bruno.

This is a super eyecatching sign for Cheeky Charlie's kids activity centre in Castletown, Sunderland. the project consisted of a stencil cut rear illuminated main box and pan folded aluminium panel with a 3d rim and return monkey shape attached then illuminated from behind with super bright white led. Thanks for the business Ashleigh and very best of luck.

From an almost invisible 1990's faded black flat panel sign to a fully LED illuminated light box, now you can't miss Grangetown Working Mens Club. Thanks for the business Tom, very much appreciated.

'Small but pefectly formed' sums up this project for Cambridge Weight Plan Newcastle. Project consisted of digitally printed window graphics, along with a simple folded aluminium projecting sign, internal flat cut lettering and a white box and pan style sign decorated with painted 10mm flat cut letters. Thanks for the business Vanessa and very best of luck with your new venture.

In the building previously occupied by Amore Resturant in Tavistock Place Sunderland, we were asked to produce new signage and bespoke wall coverings for The Funky Indian Tapas Restaurant. Project consisted of flat panel sign decorated with cut vinyl and surrounded by an aluminium frame, 20 square metres of one off printed wallpaper along with henna style digitally printed vinyl wall patterns. Thanks for the business Kam and thanks for all your help Josey.

This is a beautiful stencil cut sign for a group of 'A List' hair stylists in Sunderland. The sign consists of cnc cut violet coloured powder coated panels with the apertures back lit using white LED. One 50mm deep face lit infinity style built up letter 'A' made this sign a real eye catcher on New Durham Road. Thanks for the business Ailish and BJ, it's very much appreciated.

We were asked by The Product Room to produce a series of signs and window graphics for their client Balfour Beatty at their head office in Killingworth. It was quite unique because the frosted etch material used for the windows was digitally printed with photographs and text. Thanks for the business Ross and Stef.

This is a 6 metre stencil cut sign for Bhaji Indian Take Away in Houghton-le-Spring. The sign consists of stencil cut panels, power coated in hi-gloss wine red then illuminated from behind using long lasting led. Project was finished off beautifully with an illuminated projecting sign. Thanks for the business Moxy, its very much appreciated.

We were asked by Station Garage, a long established car dealership near East Boldon Metro Station to create two new imposing signs. One sign was an 8 metre box and pan style red powder coated sign, decorated with 20mm deep flat cut letters and cut vinyl graphics, the second made the same but nearly 10 metres long. Thanks for the business Paul, it was nice to see you after all those years.

East Durham Fitness were moving premises and asked us to handle the entire signage for them. Project consisted of a 1m x 6m folded aluminium panel style sign decorated with cut vinyl, three huge 3m x 6m interior wall vinyls, built up lettering for the reception area, flat cut raised lettering to corridor and of course some swanky toilet signs. Thanks very much for the business Lauren, very much appreciated.

Fonehouse is a national chain of independently run mobile phone stores and for the third time in a year we were asked to produce signage to their very specific and exacting standards, this time for a franchisee in Darlington. The sign is of an aluminium box and pan style, powder coated a very unique grey then decorated with a mixture of vinyl logos and 3d built up Fonehouse lozenge logo. Thanks for the business Sol and very best of luck with the new venture.

We were asked by Agnetta and John of Dea Eterna, a new ladies fashion store in The Galleries, Washington to produce some eyecatching but in-expensive signage. We came up with hi gloss black panels, decorated with flat cut mirror polished logo and name style. Capped off with digital prints to interior walls and cut vinyl bands to the window. Thanks for the business and good luck.

We were asked by Saggezza an international IT Company to brighten up there office in The Software Centre in Sunderland. Project consisted of digitally printed, contour cut vinyl applied directly to the walls. A great, relatively inexpensive alternative to rigid plastics or metals. Thanks for the business Alec, it was very much appreciated.

Illusions, previously Passion night club in Holmside, Sunderland re-branded and asked us to help. We produced a gloss black aluminium box and pan stencil cut style sign with illuminated magneta face and made a real transformation. Thanks for the business Mike, very much appreciated.

We were asked by Crozier Fisheries, of Newcastle Road, Sunderland to finish off their refurbishment with a total new look. The look consisted of dark grey stencil cut aluminium panels, decorated with 3 dimensional rim and return led lit stainless steel letters. We hope you agree that the end result was fantastic. Thanks for the business Colin, much appreciated.

We were asked to replace the very old In Shops sign in Front Street, Chester-le-Street after they went into liquidation. The Project consisted of 60ft worth of red aluminium panels, decorated with a mixture of 10mm deep 600mm high flat cut white letters along with blue cut vinyl. Thanks for the business Philip, very much appreciated.

This was a much larger project than it initially appeared. We were asked by Whitburn Church of England Academy to design 40 separate pieces of artwork measuring 1.5m x 1m. Each was then digitally printed on to clear adhesive vinyl in reverse then mount onto the rear of 6mm clear acrylic. They were then installed in the school corridors. A mammoth undertaking, but in our opinion worth every hour because of the amazing transformation from bare walls to highly decorative talking pieces. Thanks for the business Christine and David, it was very much appreciated.

This is a beautiful compact sign for Little Gems uniform shop in The Galleries, Washington. Sign consists of powder coated, folded aluminium panels, stencil cut to reveal illuminated smiley faces and purple logo, decorated with 3 domensional letters which are halo lit via white leds. Thanks for the business Marie, very much appreciated.

The transformation on this late Victorian building in Halifax was astounding. As a part of a half million pound re-fit we were asked to produce a black box and pan sign, decorated with orange 3d letters - halo lit via orange led's, 50 metres worth of crystal etch window graphics to the interior glazed panels and balconies, huge perforated bespoke speaker covers and lots of other miscellaneous smaller signs. Thanks for the business Andy and very best of luck for the future

This was a great little project because the transformation was so great. Yes the sign was simple flat panel but the windows were out of this world. Eight windows were decorated in digital prints using one way vision. Yes, you can't see in but you can see out perfectly. Call into New India Food Store at the bottom of Hylton Road and have a look for yourself. Thanks for the business Benny and Marie, it was an absolute pleasure.

Flat panel sign for Easto Restaurant on Bridge Street, Sunderland, consisting of raised flat cut lettering and digitally printed graphics. Mmmmm crispy duck!

This was officially the blingest project we've ever worked on. Pussydoll Palace is a very glamorous ladies fashion store opposite O2 Academy in Newcastle City Centre. The project consisted of countless mirror silver composite and white acrylic flat cut letters, 20 square metres of bespoke wallpaper and lots of digitally printed window graphics. Absolutely stunning and everything produced in-house. Thanks for the business Jolene and Craig, very best of luck for the future.

This is a simple and elegant sign for The Good Apple Cafe in Derwent Street, Sunderland. Consists of folded aluminium panels, decorated with flat cut apple shaped disc. Thanks for the business Donna, transformation is amazing.

This sign is unusual in that it is a mixture of aluminium panels and timber frame. The entire sign was then painted and then decorated with brushed effect aluminium composite flat cut letters. Thanks for the business Julie, very much appreciated.

This is a beautifully made sign for Fonehouse in The Galleries, Washington. The job consisted of stencil cut aluminium panels, internally lit with led and decorated with built up lozenge shape which inturn was also illuminated with led. Thanks for the business Michael, it was a pleasure to do the work on your second shop. Good luck for the future.

Well it had to be good didn't it, afterall he is my next door neighbour. KJ Tyres sign consists of 6 metres worth of powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with flat cut black and orange letters. Thanks for business Ken, don't worry I'll not spend all the profit in the same shop :)

This is a 15 metre box and pan style sign for Alldec, a painting and decorating company on Hylton Road, Sunderland. The folded aluminium panels were powder coated matt black then decorated with 39 red aluminium built up letters, with mirror composite letters to the corner section. The transformation of this old bank was remarkable, click the magnifying glass to see the before and after. Thanks for the business David, it was very much appreciated.

This is one of a pair of 2.5m metre wide signs for a Sunderland City Centre bar. Red leds were embedded inside the white built up letters to create a gorgeous halo effect, they were then placed on a red panel. Very effective. Thanks again for the business Craig, as always very much appreciated.

Westwaters are a leading accountancy firm in Durham. As a part of their re-branding project we were asked to produce 5 wall mounted, digitally printed, clear acrylic plaques. Very nice indeed. Thanks for the business Gary and John, very much appreciated.

This is a beautiful sign for an Easington Village based lettings agency. Sign consists of stencil cut aluminium box panels painted in a high gloss Rosso Italia finish, decorated with a led halo illuminated number 8, silver striped detail and all rear illuminated using flourescent tubes. Thank you very much for the business Riki and Garry, it was very much appreciated.

Its true, less is more and grey and grey is most definitely the new black and silver. This 6 metre x 1 metre sign consist of aluminium powder coated trays with returns of 300mm decorated with dark grey flat cut letters. Thanks for the business Debby and we're glad you're happy with the end result.

This is a beautifully made sign for a Pizza shop in Houghton-le-Spring. It comprises of dark red powder coated aluminium panels with stencil cutLED illuminated telephone numbers, decorated with a mixture of built up letters and rim and return pizza man shape, again all illuminated via white LED. Thank you for the business Nihat, I'm glad you agree that the transformation was astonishing.

This is a stunning sign. Its a 1.2 metre x 12 metre box and pan sign, powder coated bright orange, stencil cut then decorated with 600mm high mirror polished stainless steel letters halo lit via orange led's. Thanks again Ali and Mandy, glad you were delighted with the whole project.

A smart little project for Birtley Boxing Club. The job consisted of a 4 metre long series of powder coated aluminium built up (3d) letters, stood off wall via brass locators. Thanks very much for the business John, it was nice to work with Slayco again after all those years.

This was a very smart project for Dembry & Macey, a new hair and beauty salon in Blandford Street, Sunderland. The project consisted of a stencil cut main sign, illuminated via white led, the old timber fascia was panelled off with same colour aluminium and to the inside there were three 1200mm x 800mm acrylic panels decorated with flat cut mirror finished letters. The project was finished off with vinyl graphics to all interior windows and doors. Thanks for the business Ashley and Gavin, very much appreciated.

We were delighted to be asked to design, manufacture and install this 50"s American retro style sign for a brand new ice cream parlour on Sea Road, Fulwell. Lickerty Lick's illuminated sign consists of aperture cut, powder coated, folded aluminium panels, backed with translucent red acrylic and then decorated with american flag digital print. We hope you agree that this sign looks exactly what an ice cream parlour sign should look. Thanks very much for the business Jill, it was very much appreciated. Mine's a knickerbocker glory.

This is a very smart group of signs for Massimo's, a brand new Italian restaurant at Seaham Harbour. Project consisted of aluminium flat cut letters raised from building on locators, lots of internal logos and exterior light box to rear of building. Good luck Massimo and Lisa and thank you very much for the business, very much appreciated indeed.

A neat and perfectly formed sign for an elegant champagne bar in Sunderland City Centre. Indigo rooms sign comprises of blue halo lit hand made mirror polished stainless steel letters sitting on a folded, grey powder coated aluminium panel. Thank you for the business Craig, very much appreciated.

We were asked by Armstrong Hall in South Shields to produce 30ft worth of bespoke digitally printed wallpaper for their new sports bar ball. The project consisted of one giant collage made up of Sunderland AFC and Newcastle United players past and present. The end result was superb. Thanks Lynn and Tony.

We were delighted to be asked to help re-brand Sunderland College with a set of interior signs spread over three of their sites, They consisted of a series of stencil cut stainless steel lozenges decorated with very small flat cut acrylic letters, aluminium trays decorated with cut vinyl and flat cut letters and hanging composite signs. Thanks for the business Phil, nice to see you after all those years.

This is a fantastic sign for a brand new bar - Little Cuba at the top of Vine Place, Sunderland city centre. Consists of powder coated, folded aluminium panels, decorated with built up (3d) maze yellow powder coated aluminium letters which are halo lit via ultra long lasting red led. The sign was finished off with a cnc cut burgundy acrylic shape with a Che Ernesto Geuvara silhouette. Thank you very much for the business John, it was very much appreciated.

A very unique and beautiful sign for the all new Bar and Cafe Lola's which is on the site of the old Bo Ab bar at the top of Vine Place in Sunderland city centre. The sign consists of 25 metres of matt finish powder coated folded aluminium panels, decorated with a cut vinyl burgundy pattern to full length. Both of the 2.5 metre illuminated sections came courtesy of over 400 specially imported ultra bright maintenance free led's. The project was finished off with 30 metres of orange cut vinyl window graphics to nearly all of the glazed panels. Thank you very much for the business Walter, Craig and Liam, it was very much appreciated. Good luck for the future.

Here is the culmination of a large project to ressurrect three sets of premises at the North end of Sunderland City Centre. The Corner Flag and Baby Indi is on the site of the old Idols and Annabels pubs. Their 3 dimensional sign letters are made from mirror polished stainless steel and both are halo lit via blue led's. Thanks again for using us for the whole project Craig, your business was very much appreciated.

This is a neat sign for Odin Shipping who are based in The South Dock at the Port of Sunderland. It comprises of powder coated aluminium flat cut letters, welded onto aluminium rails. Accompanying the main sign was a lovely little brushed composite plaque and additional flat cut letters to brick wall. Thank you very much for the business Peter and Mark, it was very much appreciated.

Small but perfectly formed. This sign, for Backwaters, a brand new South Indian restaurant in Sunderland is absolutely stunning. It consists of a 2m x 1m powder coated aluminium box, decorated with an extremely complex 3 dimensional rim and return hand made shape, backed with red acrylic and face and halo illuminated with red led. The project was finished off with a aluminium projecting sign. Thank you for the business Annie and Yohann and the very best of luck for the future.

Wow, what a great sign for a brand new wallpaper and fireplace store at Pallion Retail Park, Sunderland which we hand made in house. This is what we call a Flex Face. We constructed this 21sq.mtr single piece sign from a very unique aluminium extrusion that allows a huge digitally printed skin to be stretched the full width and height of the sign and then secured in place with specially designed clips that hold everything into the frame. Thank you very much for the business Ian, it was very much appreciated.

We were asked to wrap 20 re-conditioned vending machines for Sunderland based Street Vending. They came branded as Kit Kat and other brands and were totally transformed. Thanks for the business Michael, very much appreciated.

Its not everyday you get asked to undertake a project for a celebrity, let alone a home grown one. Stacie Stewart, from Sunderland, was a runner up in BBC's Masterchef programme. Since then she has appeared on numerous national TV shows and radio programmes. I was absolutely delighted to produce a half vehicle wrap, miscellaneous signage, one way vision window graphics to all glazed panels in both bakeries, along with a 2m x 3m pop up curved display, pull up displays and 30 square metres of digitally printed backdrops for internal decoration. Thank you very much for the business Andy, Steve & Stacie. It was, as always, very much appreciated. Its nice to keep business local I think.

A neat, sophisticated sign for a hair salon in Southwick. The job consisted of mirror polished 3 dimensional stainless steel letters fixed to a faux timber fascia. Thanks for the business Ashley, Glen and Mark, it was very much appreciated.

NO ORDINARY FISH & CHIP SHOP SIGN. We were delighted to be asked by another part of the extensive Gill family to make the most complex sign possible. This 16 metre sign is made from powder coated wine red aluminium boxes, stencil cut and illuminated white text, decorated with 500mm high 3 dimensional rim and return stainless steel letters which are face lit in red and halo lit in white. We also manufactured a set of beautiful curved internal menu boxes. We are proud to say that the sign was made entirely in house which meant we had total control of schedules and more importantly for the client kept his costs down. Thank you for the business Mr Gill and thank you Sonny.

A gorgeous 5m aluminium box and pan sign, decorated with gold and white flat cut letters, with the addition of bamboo digital print to the right and mirror polished stainless steel telephone number panel to the left. Illuminated the full length of sign via a streamline trough light. Thank you very much for the business Mary, David and father-in-law. Jum-bo!!!

We were delighted to be asked by U-student.com to help revitalise the old University of Sunderland student accommodation in Pallion, Sunderland. The project consisted of powder coated flat cut aluminium letters for main 35ft hgh elevation along with numerous sets of window graphics, flat cut aluminium numbered blocks and not forgetting pole mounted way markers throughout the grounds. Thanks again for the business Martyn, very much appreciated as always.

If proof were needed that cut vinyl graphics haven't gone out of fashion then Park View School in South Shields are it. This brand new school needed a bit of colour and we were asked to do it. Check it out. Thanks again Phil.

Another installation of our unique curved menu box certainly brightened up Billy's Fish and Chip Shop in South Shields. Individual aluminium boxes and bespoke design made up this 5 unit display. Designed, manufactured and installed in house. Thank you for the business Billy, itwas much appreciated.

Probably one of the simpler signs in terms of time to manufacture, but no less effective. Flat panel gloss black composite panels, decorated with cut vinyl graphics, all surrounded by powder coated aluminium frame made this a very imposing sign on Sea Road, Sunderland. All finished off with simple projecting sign, window graphics and internal vinyls. Thank you David for the third sign in 8 years.

A very neat little project for Marina Ristorante on the site of the old Trattoria Due on Sunderland's Marina. Thanks for the business Kosta, Craig and Liam, very much appreciated.

I was delighted to hear from Brian after 15 years, hearing he'd finally decided to take the plunge into business. His sign consisted of two separate black gloss flat panel signs, fit into aluminium sign trim, decorated with brushed stainless steel effect flat cut letters all sitting on orange cut vinyl shadows. Lovely. Thanks for the business Brian, Joy and Jimmy and best of look for the future

A fabulous 5 metre x 1 metre illuminated sign for a sea front amusement arcade. The face of the sign was digitally printed and illuminates beautifully. Thanks again for the business Gavin, glad you liked it. Please click to see more.

You are looking at 20 square metres of digitally printed, foam mounted designer wall prints for the interior of this up market fish and chip sea front restaurant, each print was separated with mirror polished stainless steel. Fantastic! Please click to see more.

The transformation on this project was astonishing. Even the owners of 30 years would admit their shop had seen better days. We were asked to raise the profile of this Castletown general dealers by implementing digitally printed window graphics to their new shop front together with a 10m red aluminium box and pan, decorated with flat cut white letters. Thanks Jag and Balli for the business, it was very much appreciated.

A great set of signs for a fish and chip shop situated in the Jet amusement arcade on Sunderland's Seaburn sea front, adjacent to Martinos. The two exterior signs consisted of powder coated aluminium box and pans decorated with digital photographic prints of local beach scenes, then finished off with a 3d illuminated oval to the centre. Internal signs consisted of illuminated menu box and 20 sq.mt. of digital wall prints. Thank you very much for the business Gavin and best of luck for the future.

A fantastic and high profile project for a very successful local meat trading co. This project, based opposite Tesco's on Dragonville Industrial Estate, Durham consisted of a 13metre box and pan aluminium sign, decorated with gold 3d letters and a huge 4m 3d shape which inturn was decorated with its own set of 3d letters. All 3d letters were halo illuminated using ultra long lasting amber led's. Project was finished off with contour cut shape decorated with flat cut letters to both entrances and miscellaneous shaped logos inside too. Thanks for the business John, as always it was very much appreciated.

WOW, what a stunning sign, infact the three main sign styles you can manufacture, all in one project. This sign is for a fighting academy in Hylton Castle, Sunderland. The Spartan word is a rim and return 3 dimensional stainless steel letter, both Spartan heads are a built up stainless steel shape and the words Fighting Arts Academy have been aperture cut from an aluminium box and pan. A mixture of led and flourescent tubes light the sign. Absolutely stunning. Thanks for the business Paul.

We were delighted to be contracted by Tavistock Leisure to help renovate one of their most recent requisitions. The work we undertook was to design, manufacture and fit 8 exterior moulded pub boards, exterior vinyl signs, window graphics and bespoke SAFC digitally printed wallpaper. You can see by the before shots what a difference our work made.

It was a stunning transformation for this South Shields Hair salon. The original and 12 year old painted plywood sign with dated moulded letters had to go and in its place we installed a beautiful 15 metre high gloss black composite box and pan sign decorated with brushed gold flat cut letters. Thank you for your business Karen, as always, it was very much appreciated.

We manufactured the 3 dimensional No.10 for Sunderland Football Club's 10 match season ticket promotion.

A stunning little project for Sunderland's leading recruitment specialist. A tall steel street sign accompanied an illuminated aperture cut box and pan sign at their Foyle Street premises. Thanks for the business Martyn, it was very much appreciated.

This was a huge project. We were asked by Wylam leisure to refurbish all there exterior signs. There were 13 flat panel gloss black aluminium composite signs, decorated with mirror gold computer cut sign vinyl. Thanks Tony and Eric, your business was very much appreciated

Another beautiful sign project for an upmarket fast food establishment at Leechmere, Sunderland. Black box and pan, decorated with stainless steel built up letters, halo lit with orange led. Inside we produced a lovely curved and illuminated menu box. Everything made in-house, no outsourcing whatsoever. Thanks Alan and Pushti.

We are delighted to showcase a sign project for a brand new Italian restaurant on Bridge Street, Sunderland. Quite unusually the sign consists of red 3d acrylic letters wrapped around 3d aluminium letters, the face of the letter is then illuminated via ultra long lasting led's, the sign project was then finished off with a set of flat cut letters and graphics to 20 windows. Thanks Archi and Michele for the business and very best of luck for the future.

A lovely 6 metre stencil cut, black powder coated, aluminium box and pan sign for a high class pizza outlet in Middlesbrough, decorated with very complex 3d polished stainless steel letters and halo lit with green led's. The telephoe number and other desriptive text glow white on an evening. Check back soon for a night time shot. Thanks Kamal and Jamal, your business was very much appreciated.

A fantastic sign for a new discount store in Fawcett Street, Sunderland. Black aluminium box and pan, decorated with 3 dimensional mirror polished stainless steel letters, halo lit with red led's accompanied with a 3 dimensional red aluminium price tag, again lit from behind using ultra long lasting led's made this one of the most striking signs in Sunderland - night or day. Thanks for the buisness Sejal and very best of luck for the future.

This sea front Seaburn sign is huge, over 75ft in total length. Its what is called a back lit flexi face sign. We stretched a digitally printed flexible skin inside a specially extruded aluminium frame and when fit properly, which it was, it's so tight (like a drum) that you'd think it was acrylic and not flexible at all. These signs are perfect for any business which forsees changing there sign quite often - simply because the price to just replace the skin is very low. Thanks for the business Nader.

A fantastic and we think, very unique idea. What you see is a shutter wrap. We cover your shutters with any form of graphics you can imagine, photographs, text etc. and we fit it at your premises. The graphics are incredibly hardwearing and depending on what condition your shutters are in, will stay in place for years and years. Start using one of your best advertising spaces now and for under £500.00 + VAt fitted. Price includes artwork.

A fantastic 3mx7m set of bespoke digitally printed wallpaper for the Queen Vic pub at Roker, Sunderland. Featuring Bob Stokoe, Niall Quinn and Bobby Kerr.

Click the magnifying glass to see more. Without doubt our most high profile sign yet and most complex and most eyecatching. A 4 metre x 2.3 metre monolith situated right on the coast at Roker, Sunderland. A steel frame was attached above a concrete and steel cage, we then wrapped fret cut aluminium panels around the steel frame and then decorated the panels with 3 dimensional stainless steel letters, built up aluminium 'Best Western' shape and then illuminated it with ultra long lasting led's. Absolutely stunning and was a perfect end to the refurbishment of this beautiful hotel. Thanks for the business as always Mark, it was very much appreciated.

We promise this isn't salesmanship but historically a small convenience store would have chosen a cheap sign made from foam and sticky lettering but we're increasingly finding that all our clients are becoming more discerning, and understand that a really good looking, well made sign can make a huge difference to their bottom line. Paddys News & Booze Sign consists of a black aluminium box and pan sign, decorated with dull satin stainless steel built up 3d letters with an expanded white stroke behind each letter which reflects the blue embedded led's beautifully. Thanks for the business Ben and Ronnie and very best of luck in the future.

Click the photo below to see more. WOW! What a project. A picture says a thousand words so make sure you click the magnifying glass below and see everything from designer printed wallpaper, stainless steel signs, hand made lamp shades and more for the Best Western Roker Hotel.

Click the photo below to see more. WOW! What a sign, one of the best take away signs ever probably. Two 4 metre long fascias with black box and pan, decorated with mirror polished stainless steel letters, halo illuminated with blue leds with canopy to door way boxed out with aluminium and lit with low voltage down lighters. Project finished off with window graphics and posters.

A re-branding exercise on Paramount Healthcare's premises at St James Boulevard in Newcastle city centre called for a brand new powder coated box and pan aluminium sign decorated with cobalt blue computer cut vinyl lettering, lit via the full length with powder coated trough light, accompanied with three 1.5m x 1m full colour digitally printed window displays on wire tensioners and three 2m x 1.5m digitally printed window decals. Finished off with a 1m x 5m projecting sign situated 10m from the ground. Absolutely stunning and what a transformation. Thanks Jill and David and very best of luck for the future.

Click the magnifying glass below to see more. First of all we are very happy to see this 180 year old landmark pub, The Wheatsheaf, back open and obviously incredibly happy that we were asked to help transform the interior. This project mainly focused on bespoke digitally printed wall coverings of Sunderland AFC footballers and Sunderland AFC nostalgia. To be specific there are 100m2 of sepia prints - a mammoth task considering that after we'd spent a week printing them we then spent the next week fitting them.

A nice little ivory coloured box and pan sign for a new deli on Newcastle's exclusive quayside. Decorated with brown aluminium 3d letters and halo lit using ultra long lasting white led's.

A lovely sign project for a new beauty salon in Newton Hall, Durham. Utilising the existing sign fascia we decorated it with mirror polished stainless steel 3 dimensional letters raising the shops profile instantly. The project was then finished off with a pair of 4m wide window graphics. Good luck Pauline and Gary and thanks again for the business, it was very much appreciated.

Well, we finally got there. Embarrasingly we've been so busy over the last few years we neglected to make a great sign of our own but finally we can say that we practice what we preach. I believe we've redeemed ourselves by producing a beautiful 6 metre sign, consisting of red bevelled aluminium pan, decorated with stencil cut illuminated letters, 3 dimensional halo lit stainless steel letters and finished off at each end with stainless steel caps.

Click the pic below to see more. A huge 10m sign for a Sunderland City Centre store. Yellow powder coated aluminium box and pan decorated with huge black 3 dimensional letters, halo lit with gorgeous amber led's made this a very, very eyecatching sign indeed.

Small, but perfectly formed. White powder coated 3 dimensional letters, halo lit with red led's all sitting on a red box and pan helps the old Sunderland Companions Club move into the 21st century. Thanks Ken and Jan and good luck for the future.

A beautiful set of rim and return 3 dimensional stainless steel letters faced with red foam made this a great sign. We didn't manufacture the black box and pan, this was left over from a previous sign company.

A lovely little sign constructed from mirror polished 3 dimensional stainless steel letters, halo lit from inside the letter channel with blue led's.

Click the photo below to see more. We are delighted to showcase our latest high profile project for Tate's Travel second and brand new shop in Captain Cook Square Middlesbrough. An aluminium powder coated box and pan aperture cut with logo and text, face illuminated with fluorescent tubes made this project a real eyecatcher. All capped off with a banner and pole system. Lovely. Thank you Lisa and Lee and good luck.

Click the pic below to see more. A stunning sign for a brand new dancing bar in Sunderland City Centre on the site of the old SR1 bar. A black powder coated aluminium box and pan decorated with mirror polished stainless steel 3D letters, halo lit with long lasting blue led's.

Click the picture below to see more images of this very prestigious project for Reds Hair and Beauty. Standing on the site of the old Hills Book Shop on Waterloo Place, Sunderland this was truly a miraculous transformation.

Click the pic below to see more of this beautiful sign for a Fulwell based Chiropidist, hand made totally in-house.

Click the pic below to see more. Again a lovely hand made box and pan sign finished with hand made stainless steel letters.

Click the pic below to see more.This is a lovely example of a clean corporate sign for Live Here letting Agency in Heaton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Measuring more than 20 metres in length the sign consisted of aluminium box and pan, powder coated to a very specific RAL number, decorated creatively with long term, standard and very specific digitally printed vinyl and then finished with two lovely 8ft trough lights.

Click the pic below to see more. We are delighted to showcase probably our most high profile project yet. Work Place Gallery, Sunderland Shine Winter Festival and Sunderland Local Authority asked us to produce a sign which would be showcased as a piece of modern art. The brief was to produce fourteen 800mm high three dimensional aluminium letters spelling 'NIL DESPERANDUM', halo light them with white LED's and fit them thirteen, yes thirteen metres up on the side of a building in Holmeside, Sunderland. As you can see the results are stunning. Thanks Cath, Nicola, Marian and Jessica for choosing a Sunderland sign specialist to do a Sunderland project, it means a lot.

We are delighted to showcase a second sign for this particular client. Beautifully made from aluminium, stainless steel and halo lit with red led.

We are delighted to showcase our latest project. This 8 metre long hand made sign for Pizza Box, Shiney Row (part of the Pizza Dial group) consisted of 8 mirror polished stainless steel three dimensional letters, halo illuminated using green led's, all sitting on a gloss black aluminium pan which was stencil cut so the telephone number and other words were face illuminated in white.

Click the picture below to see more images of this very exclusive sign for a new lingerie boutique just opened in Sunderland. Beautiful gold 3d letters with cream back plates and matt black aluminium fascia all finished off with halo effect amber led's make this a subtle but very sophisticated sign.

Click the pic below to see lots more). In our opinion the nicest fast food shop sign in the country and certainly one of the nicest of all sign types in the North East and below the recently completed sign at Gills second of 6 shops.

(Click the pic below for more images) This sign was for Terry and Linda's new restaurant (Rockafella) which was named after his famous mash potatoe dish which came to fame when Terry won Hells Kitchen, which was televised with Gordon Ramsay early 2005. It is another example of a stunning built up, 3D, polished steel lettering sign with halo effect blue lights, measuring approx 1 metre x 4 metres. This time however with a domed fascia and a down lit strip to the centre. Just what this very, very exclusive restaurant in Newcastle City Centre needed.

Another fine, fine example of a built up, 3D, polished steel lettering sign with halo effect blue lights, measuring approx 1 metre x 2.5 metres.At first glance you could be forgiven for thinking it's neon, it's not, it's a low voltage, NONE MAINTENANCE, extremely bright LED system, that if need be, could be left switched on and would continuously work for upto 9 years, yes 9 years. No more high voltage, no more firemans switches, just a 24v transformer and a plug it's as simple as that. Goodbye neon!!. The letters sit on a black aluminium composite box. The sign is situated at the top of Front Street, Chester-le-Street, above Hollathans Bar and Grill. Please call ito the factory for a demonstration. Truly stunning!

Click pic below. A nice little project for a new butcher wholesaler in Leechmere, Sunderland. All aluminium composite flat panel work decorated with flat cut letters pegged off panels by 15m

Below a 16 metre box and pan sign for Peter Heron Estate Agents, finished with flat cut lettering pegged off the sign 15mm and lit with two high impact halogen criss cross effect trough lights. Very simple look, very complex fabrication but you and Peter will be pleased to know didn't cost the earth.

Click the pic below for bigger images) Below a 3.5 metre x 8 metre full colour hording for Jack and Jones, a chain of menswear shops opening in The Bridges, Sunderland

Click the picture below to see this lovely little project for a Sunderland based training provider.

(Click the pic below for more images) Below a sign for Grangetown's only estate agent. A simple but very effective look. Orange acrylic lit from behind, surrounded by a black gloss tray main sign fascia, finished with mirror finish letters to the shutter hoods. Gorgeous!!

Click the picture below to see the vehicle wrap which complemented the sign perfectly.

Click the picture below to see this huge recently completed industrial project for Gem Plastics, previously Sotralentz in Peterlee.

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