The Napier in Fitzroy was after some help in advertising their establishment and also in need of a mural to stop the graffiti damage. They contact us to arrange an appealing design that displayed the company name.
The Blast Factory is located in Coburg and they specialise in types of refurbish blasting. Nick got in contact with us and explained he was currently revitalising his advertisement online and wanted to add some new signage to the front of the building. He had new company branding and passed it over to us and we set out to apply it to the space. Nick wanted the design painted exactly as it appeared on his new branding and with the help of his cherry picker we did not disappoint.
SP Salon is a ‘Hidden Gem’, off Malvern Rd, just up from Darling Station in Malvern East. The owner contacted us to create a large Mural to promote their business and to save the cost of removing graffiti damage. We had a lot of creative license and came up with a design that was eye catching from Malvern Road to help draw in customers. The owner has even used our signwriting as a banner on their Facebook page.
Personal Training Academy specialises in the teaching and development of some of the top trainers. They needed something inspirational painted in the boxing area and one of our team members delivered on some mean artwork.
When Rebecca from MCC Manningham Christian Centre got in contact with us there centre was in desperate need of a makeover. They provided us the challenging design ideas and we set up a meeting to work out how we were going to deliver on this big job. We worked closely with Matt and Rebecca to deliver them a welcoming and spiritual environment. With so many areas needing work it was a great opportunity to display what we can do.
A team member from Let Them Eat Cake contacted us to create some signage for their annual New Year’s Day event at Werribee Mansion. They needed about 40 wooden signs cut and hand painted to help party goers to navigate around the event grounds. The style was left to us and we kept them neat and readable. The signs were a funky way to deliver important messages and they fit into the event perfectly.