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Blogs Posts For August, 2017

Sheffield firm supports Children’s Hospital

Signs Express (Sheffield) have given a helping hand to the children of Sheffield Children's Hospital, who needed some calm during a scary time. There has been a new Fluoroscopy Suite, which can detect life threatening conditions through the use of scanners. This can be daunting, so Signs Express and Artfelt, the hospital's arts programme, along with illustrator Tatiana Boyko, created wall graphics that would offer a nice distraction.

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Signs Express (Falkirk) celebrates history

Histroy is something that I have always enjoyed studying or reading about, which makes this particular look into British history all the more interesting to write about. It has been 100 years since the first aircraft launched from a ship, and it was a pivotal moment for military history and engineering. Signs Express in Falkirk were there to witness the celebration of that achievement at The Royal Edinburgh Tattoo , as well as to provide the signage that celebrated the theme.

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Racing, rally cars, and James Bond

As a sports fan, I really enjoy Formula One and cars, so this story was fun to write. Thrown in the mix was also a James Bond (Hello, Daniel Craig)film and a tv shoot. Car wraps are something that have grown over the last few years, and many sign firms have realised the potential behind offering wrapping services. The same happened for Rocktek signs and its owner Jon Rockall, who realised that his wrapping skills and ideas were becoming increasingly popular.

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Crossing the Atlantic

Wide-format printers and sign-makers have started to realise that there is potential for growth in the textiles, art and fashion market. Atlantic's Keith Pratt recognised this after a spike in customers using their partner technology, Azon, to produce works of art. It is an interesting concept, as many printers have realised that there is more to the textiles and fashion industry.

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