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Nationwide Platforms helps recreation of neon lettering on iconic renovation

Nationwide Platforms helps recreation of neon lettering on iconic renovationNEWS: Nationwide Platforms has helped to install neon lit lettering depicting a well-known line of text that has featured on Park Hill Flats in Sheffield and has been prominent as graffiti for many years. The lettering, which reads "I Love You Will U Marry Me", had been the subject of a BBC Radio 4 story behind the art.

Signs Express Twickenham brightens up Broadway

Signs Express Twickenham brightens up Broadway

NEWS: The Twickenham branch of Signs Express has helped local shopping centre Hammersmith Broadway to make the right impression with a signage revamp.

Arlon launches 'WrapItRight.com' website

Arlon launches 'WrapItRight.com' website

NEWS: US film and media manufacturer Arlon Graphics has launched a new website, WrapItRight.com, designed to help educate its customers on how to work with graphic films.

British invention ends temporary sign woe

NEWS: A British inventor has developed a simple solution for mounting temporary signs printed on corrugated plastic board, such as Correx.

Double trouble for Oasis with Mitsubishi stand branding

NEWS: Oasis Graphic Co has teamed up with exhibition stand specialist Design Difference to create a branded environment for Mitsubishi Electric.

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Showing the ropes: the vertiginous world of installation teams

Morwenna Kearns looks at at-height signage installation companies and the sometimes secret work they do.

Interview: Lavendon Access Services's John Tominay in conversation with Output

John Tominay from Lavendon Access Services gives Morwenna Kearns a bird's-eye view of the signage market.

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