Which way should text go when running vertically for signage? Downward some would say, that's how many books do it; upward others would say, that's how our eyes naturally track; stacked would also be suggested. Which one should you follow? Well you be the judge because in fact, its is really down to personal opinion and what pleases your eyes.
Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, stay safe and have a good break.
Picture this... You've got an awesome design on your company vehicle, and then you find out to your shock the car is not legal when you get your next WOF. Vehicle types MA, MB, MC and NA means a lot when it comes to vehicle graphics. Many passenger cars will not meet WOF regulations with decals on windows. We've done our share of research and question asking to highlight some passenger vehicle basics of what you need to know about what you plan to cover.
The final run up to Christmas see's a surge of Christmas and holiday themed files heading our way for printing and production. We have thrown together this snapshot of some of the projects we have been working on for Ballantynes, Christchurch International Airport and Macpac lately as we count down the days to the summer holidays.
We produced this cool signage work for Cookie Time. It includes the massive cookie that sits above their Factory Shop and some nifty vehicle wraps that do nothing but grab your attention. Check out the images of the final products below.
This is what our client had to say in their story about us for the Canterbury Business Champions 2020. It really means a lot to get feedback like this. Much appreciated... Thanks guys - you rock!
This is the livery we added to the Greymouth hospital paediatric ward. The themed laminated graphics are printed onto self adhesive vinyl then cut to shape using a digital cutter. Because of the design we were required to match the paint colours used on the walls and print the edges so the graphics seamlessly combine with the walls.
We made a video, well actually Sweet As Media made a video. We spend a lot of time and effort showcasing our work and our customers, but not so much including ourselves. Rest assured we don't have plans to make a habit of this cause we love to show off our creations more than anything.
We've been fortunate to be in a position to produce signage and print to keep the public and staff of Essential Services safe during lockdown. We are working mostly remotely, only needing minimal staff onsite to produce the work, peaking at two staff. We are confident that this puts us in a position to have the absolute best health and safety provisions for our team.