John Anthony Signs were pleased to welcome a team of designers from Design Bridge to help them understand sign manufacturing, avoid ‘sky hooks’ and receive inspiration for upcoming signage projects. It was great chatting through their ideas and sharing some of our expert knowledge to assist their team. We were really pleased with their article that was posted after their visit, which seemed to[...]
When Global Switch needed to update their branding across Europe they were recommended to us by a London design agency as a perfect partner to help them through this process. John Anthony Signs developed signage both internally and externally for sites in London, Paris, Madrid, Amsterdam and Frankfurt. Many of these signs were located at high level on tower blocks with the largest being in L[...]
“Thanks to all for the continued excellence”. These were the words of our US partner in regards to the implementation of the rebrand of the global law firm, Dentons, across 79 locations in 52 countries. John Anthony Signs manufactured high quality stainless steel sand blasted signs both internally and externally. John Anthony Signs developed prototypes for a New York design agency [...]
“I just wanted to pass on my sincere thanks for all the hard work that went into delivering the 1st phase of this project… the standard has now been set for phase 2” – Jaegar. Jaeger have just opened a new space in its Regents Street store, housing a curated mix of Britain’s leading emerging brands. The boutique gallery will offer a platform for the UK’s design t[...]
John Anthony Signs recently completed the rebranding of a number of key buildings across the Virgin Atlantic Airways estate. These included major installations at a number of terminals including Gatwick, Heathrow, Edinburgh, Manchester, their training facility and offices in Crawley, Cargo, Logistics and Aeronautics centres. The Virgin Atlantic Airways logo, which represents the tail fin of a p[...]
John Anthony Signs were pleased to be part of an Essex Chambers of Commerce initiative to invite Lord Green of Hurstpierpoint, the Minister of Trade to meet with local businesses to discuss how the government could support us in exporting across the globe. John Anthony Signs were privileged to have Lord Green visit our factory along with the President of the Chamber of Commerce, the Regional Direc[...]
Harrods, Gatwick South has recently been refurbished as part of the ongoing development at the airport. We completed face and halo lit illuminated letters, sets of internal letters on the bulkhead and digitally printed tile designs around the perimeter of the store. The client was thrilled with the results so another great job by the John Anthony Signs team.