Cardigan Signs Portfolio
Hand painted in ivory letters with black outline and shade. Direct to rendered pillar
Ivory letters outlined and shaded in black
Black script lettering with a silver shadow
The Lunch BoxCardigan
Light grey letters with a black shade work well with this slab serif letter style
Ivory letters with a poppy red outline and grey shadow set against a soft green fascia
Another powder coated aluminium sign panel with hand painted lettering
New Image BikesCardigan
Mixing the old with the new. The modern fascia above the display window carries the web site address for this business in simple block letters.
J G MorganCardigan
The original angled fascia has been retained on this period shop to great effect.
A beautiful and elegant fascia which promotes this individual business perfectly.
Bold white letters outlined in black with a burgundy shade on a bright red background offer a cheery welcome to this old fashioned sweet shop.
Shades of blue and aqua with a drifting line cast across the fascia.
Shades of pink picked out with white on a black van for a big impact.
Vibrant hand painted orchid and lettering stand away from the sign panel
Burgundy letters with a white outline are prominent on this fascia.
Morgan & RichardsonCardigan
This powder coated aluminium sign panel was fitted into a metal frame and hung from an existing bracket.
Here the area on this sign was used to its best advantage
Flamboyant letters and clever use of colour create a very traditional fascia.
Recreating the lettering and logos for a national charity.
A black silhouette with gold colour lettering.
For this elevated sign, we had to work within the existing framework.
A prime example of the benefits of hand painted sign work.
The Cliff Hotel & SpaGwbert on Sea, Cardigan
The large area of this gable end wall offered the perfect solution for fitting studded letters that can be seen from a distance as visitors approach the hotel complex.
The Welsh Dragon projecting from this gallery and gift shop beckons you in with a sence of national pride.
The three dimensional effect creates its own shadow and can be enhanced by the application of vinyls where appropriate.
Green with a white outline, crisp roman lettering.
Big letters in bold red on black draw the visitor to this old fashioned sweet shop.
Small fascias can also receive the 3 dimensional treatment of studded acrylic letters.
A unique colour scheme, grey with a jade outline on white for the main lettering.
Dewi JamesCardigan and Newcastle Emlyn
Vinyl lettering with a drop shadow emphasizes this companys trade and expertise.
"Signage on historic buildings is something out of the ordinary that requires much more thought to get it right. Added to this, is our unique Welsh heritage and language. Derek at Jenkins Signs understands all of these extra implications and has consistently delivered excellent results. I am particularly pleased with the numerous hanging signs he has designed and manufactured which are now adding to the distinctiveness of Cardigan town."
Gary Cooper, BSc.(Hons.), PGCE, MCIOB, IHBC, MaPS.
Principal Conservation Officer
Ceredigion County Council