Architectural Signage 

For three years prior to Starting my degree in Architecture I worked for Graffiti Design, an award winning Sign company as a fabricator. This not only heightened my knowledge of technical drawings but also enabled me to develop an eye for detailed design and a more practical way of thinking.
Zilli's Brighton

When celebrity chef Aldo Zilli opened a new restaurant in Brighton he wanted a sign that would be different and stand out from the crowd. The units were suspended at low level and so had to incorporate clean lines and superior finish and were fabricated from aluminium with a pearlescent paint finish. The texts were formed from 'live edge' and black acrylic and the entire unit was illuminated via LEDs. The completed sign was entered into the sign awards and was a finalist in category.

Zilli's Brighton

When celebrity chef Aldo Zilli opened a new restaurant in Brighton he wanted a sign that would be different and stand out from the crowd. The units were suspended at low level and so had to incorporate clean lines and superior finish and were fabricated from aluminium with a pearlescent paint finish. The texts were formed from 'live edge' and black acrylic and the entire unit was illuminated via LEDs. The completed sign was entered into the sign awards and was a finalist in category.

Zilli's Brighton
Bar 242 London

Bar 242 won an award for sign making and design in 2006. The contemporary design and innovative engineering of the sign produced some spectacular results. The signage was constructed from stainless steel, with mirror polished stainless steel faces, and aluminium tread plate returns and letter faces. Purple acrylic backed the letters and eclipse which was all internally illuminated to give a fantastic effect. The bar was located under the arches in London Blackfriars.

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Built up Stainless Steel letters with halo illumination

Built up Stainless Steal letters with stood off neon lettering

Jin- Ja Boutique