Category Archives: font design

Find me @ London Design Fair

London design fair coming up, it’d be nice to see you there http://www.londondesignfair.couk/visit

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TEXTure show update

Our show texture opened on Friday evening and we’re really pleased with the reaction we’ve had. Lovely feedback,  interesting conversations and some sales. We look forward to seeing people there. Here are a few pictures:

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TEXTure show final preparations

TEXTure opens on Friday and we’re looking forward to setting up and seeing it all in situ. There will be around forty pieces in the show, some simple sculptural forms and some large and detailed pieces. Materials in the show include … Continue reading

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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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Vale of Belvoir Angels

I recently travelled through Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire on my way back to Norfolk from Worcestershire and took the opportunity to visit the Vale of Belvoir (pronounced beaver). I have known for years that there were many slate memorials in the … Continue reading

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Eyam – layout issues, or should that be layou tissues

Following on from my last blog regarding letter spacing, design and layout on old memorials, I thought it worth adding this image of another stone in Eyam, there seems to be no regard for where the words fall whatsoever, with … Continue reading

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