Category Archives: Applied Lettering

examples of painted lettering and signs

Gunton Arms photos

here are a few more pictures of the sign, I drove past the other day and the light was nice. The brackets are rusting nicely now too……

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The Gunton Arms – cast iron signage

  One of the most exciting projects I have been working on recently is a sign for The Gunton Arms Pub here in north Norfolk. It’s a great pub with a fascinating collection of art both on the walls and … Continue reading

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Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital stone finally installed

HOORAY!! This stone has taken a while to ‘realise’ from selection interview in November 2011 to installation today. We had an early start this morning as we had to avoid traffic and Hospital activity as much as possible and agreed … Continue reading

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Dalton church progress

My assistant Dan and I returned to Norfolk yesterday after spending four long days on site working on the wall. This time we worked on the lettering along the top “ALLELUIA! MAY FIGHTS OF ANGELS SING THEE TO THY REST” … Continue reading

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Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital sculpture

I have been working on a stone to go outside the entrance to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. It is being commissioned by the Hospital Arts Project, in conjunction with the Organ Donation Department of the hospital. It is … Continue reading

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French limestone obelisk inscription

I have been working on an exciting project this month. I have been commissioned to carve four inscriptions on an obelisk near Bicester. The obelisk measures a huge 25 metres from plinth to apex. It is made from Massangis French … Continue reading

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TEMPUS STET

I came across this wonderful sign on a walk the other day, in Heydon. I photographed it and gave it a tap to hear the satisfying ding of cast iron – but found it was made of plastic. I still … Continue reading

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