Today was Laura’s last day at Morgan Signs. We wish her all the best of luck on her travels to Australia.
Morgan Signs were pleased to be involved with Catering Design Group to work on the new Barbican Centre restaurant Bonfire London. We were asked to produce themed signage and signwriting for the restaurant to go with the dominant lighting, reclaimed timbers, industrial furniture and corrugated metals interior.
Since our first site for Brewhouse and Kitchen in Dorchester, Morgan Signs are pleased to have the opportunity to develop the signage further as their company expands.
We recently completed a site in Poole, where careful measures was taken on this listed building to ensure the brand was still prominant but complimented the surrounding area. Most of the signs were sign-wriiten by our sign-writer and look fantastic!
A wall mural dedicated to Poole is currently being developed for the side elevation to make the building more unique.
The Milk Churn in Melksham has been voted Sign of the Year by the Inn Sign Society. Designed in-house at Morgan Sign and hand painted by our signwriter. The sign reflects the town’s dairy farming heritage and shows a sign painter decorating a milk churn. A Spitfire in the background as the pub is opposite the former RAF base.
The Inn Sign Society is made up of over 300 members who travel nationwide seeking out traditional signs, the Milk Churn was nominated by Inn Sign Society member Angela Panrucker. The society also recognised that the Pub, part of the Hall & Woodhouse , only opened 2 years ago.
Sometimes at Morgan Signs we get unusual request from our clients that we try to accommodate. This particular project was something we had never been asked to do before and with a very tight deadline it seemed impossible to create.
The brief was to create multipule bric ‘ a’ brac items including a 3D effect pirate ship for a Haven site by the sea. This was to be positioned in a children’s sandpit so needed to strong and robust and with-stand weathering.
We produced the ship out of numerous pieces of foamex and constructed together in layers to create a 3d effect, then vinyls and paint was used for detail to enhance the look of the ship and make it more appealing for the children.
We are all excited here at Morgans to have expanded our offices with our brand new print room, all kitted out with the latest print technology to ensure we can produce to the highest quality.
From simple graphics to full wallpapers! looks like our office will be having a make-over with all this experimenting.
This project came to us with an open brief from Stroods Specialist Contractors. In a seaside location it was inevitable the signage took a nautical feel.
We are very pleased with the outcome of this site and has received many compliments from its customers since re-opening.
Check out our new case study on The Highfields here
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