Durable buildings – vitreous enamel architectural cladding

05 November 2021

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The Lost Art of Screen Printing & Its Use in Vitreous Enamel

22 September 2021

All of us, at one point or another, will have seen a piece of art or graphic design which has been screen printed – whether it’s Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe or a gig poster tacked up at a student bar. But while anyone who has passed through an art education will be dimly familiar with […]

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Art Fabrication, Vitreous Enamel and Public Art Projects: Frequently Asked Questions

14 September 2021

Links Signs have supported artists in the creation of public arts projects in the UK for over a decade, fulfilling the role of public art fabricator often operating behind the scenes. We help artists to realise their concepts and designs as both permanent pieces of public art or as more temporary exhibition pieces, art installations and […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Airport Signage

06 May 2021

As a functional and architectural space, there is nowhere quite like an airport – representing a unique mix of internationality, legal and safety concerns, assorted commercial considerations and hundreds of other factors both great and small. Within this environment, signage plays an integral and varied role, influencing both how the airport operates and the experience […]

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Uxbridge station’s roundel revival

23 November 2020

Uxbridge station’s roundel revival The 82-year-old Grade II listed roundel outside Uxbridge London Underground station has been brought into the 21st century after undergoing repairs. Transport for London (TfL) is always keen to work with local communities, and after being contacted by local customers and the Conservation Officers from the London Borough of Hillingdon, it […]

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