Event


Sign board advertising London screenings of Sign Painters and Horn Please 1
[Update: Read a review of the screenings here] I’m very excited to announce that The Sign Painter Movie is coming to London and will be screened alongside Horn Please on Wednesday, 5 February 2014 [Update: Sold Out, tickets now added for Thursday, 6 February and […]

Sign Painter Movie / Horn Please Double Bill


Sam Roberts presenting at St Bride Institute
[If you can’t view to show above, visit it here on the MyPlick site.] Judging by the ‘tweetback’ (see below), last month’s illustrated talk, ‘Ghostsigns at St Bride‘, was well received. Zoë Chan of überbaby also posted a review following previews in Creative Review and […]

Highlights from Ghostsigns at St Bride




Layout of painted sign on paper for Cabury Bournville Cocoa
The Lewis & Skinner archive is a collection of materials relating to the work of a Melbourne signwriting company from the first half of the last century. These were fortuitously discovered by Dr Stefan Schutt last year and he has since been working to archive […]

Lewis & Skinner Exhibit Featuring Ghostsigns and Live Signwriting


'O to the Priory Church 1
Yesterday I had the pleasure of joining Phil Baines and Catherine Dixon on their latest Public Lettering walk, organised through the excellent St Bride Library events programme. As with my earlier walking tour in this part of London (Type Tour West) it started at the library but […]

Public lettering walk with Phil Baines and Catherine Dixon









White script on black in Arabic and Roman script
Another intriguing looking talk from the Sign Design Society, followed by their summer party on the evening of Friday, 20th July.  The topic this time is ‘Arabic in multi-script signage and wayfinding’, with the talk being given by Julia Petretta.  Download the pdf with full information […]

Arabic in multi-script signage and wayfinding: Sign Design Society talk