This is a spontaneous on-the-job video recorded sharing a trade secret of mine on the best way to easily clean any window or glass surface.
Archive for the ‘Signs and Vinyls’ Category
There’s a slight downside to applying vinyl graphics to vehicles. This is that they are a semi-permenant application. For taxis and private hire vehicles which need temporary branding which can be removed and re-applied easily, magnetics are the way to go. The magnetic substrate comes in a white base-colour, so it’s ideal for white vehicles. […]
A new design concept using varying text sizes on words arranged into a cluster format. I have used the concept before with cut vinyl material but wanted to showcase this as larger window graphics installation with better detailing.
This post shows a basic technique of using cut vinyl to brand mirrors and glass of all sizes and shapes.
A recent portfolio update consisting of two vans, a small Vauxhall / Opel Astra Van and a bigger LWD Merc Sprinter. Graphics designed and applied with strict budgets in mind. The initial cost can be minimal compared to the potential business acquired through marketing on vehicles.
The ever-slated Comic Sans is a font which needs no introduction when it comes to over-use, uselessness and general hatred and annoyance amongst the graphic-design community. In fact, I included it in a blog-post called ‘My Top Six Fonts I am Sick to Death of and Will be Deleting – NOW!’ which I published in May last year (you can view that post here. This font caught me off-guard recently when I discovered it’s horrific use on a recent appointment to see my dentist…
I recently printed a large PVC banner for a customer. The design and branding consisted of a flat black background, which didn’t print correctly because of a conflict between how different colour models, such as CMYK, RGB and HSV are interpreted. This is a post about the problem and my solution to get the correct CMYK black colour specification.