Stuart Wright
Hand lettered on brick wall
Printed on Avery MPI 2006 Hi-tack film with matte laminate and applied to wall. The window at left was done with Avery etched glass film cut and applied in layers to create the darker shades.
Laser-cut brush stainless steel graphics mounted off the wall using 10mm clear acrylic as a standoff
Graphics are CNC-cut aluminum composite material, with vinyl film applied for colors
3D lightbox with 10mm and 5mm snap fit opal acrylic lettering fitted to black aluminum composite material face
“I did the wrap on my 2010 Harley Sportster Forty Eight to look like an old Spitfire,” Stuart says. Avery Supreme Wrapping Film matte khaki wrap with vinyl cut graphics
UV printed on 2-by-3-ft. corrugated plastic panel
Printed Avery MPI 2006 with matte laminate on the wall and Avery perforated window film for the windows
CNC-cut 10 and 5mm white acrylic on wall
CNC cut 4.5mm acrylic logo on matte black aluminum composite material; red is spray painted.
Avery Supreme Wrapping Film below and Arlon DPF 6000 XRP for the print
2-by-3-ft. blackboard a-frame sign
CNC-cut aluminum composite lettering overlaid with gray film then mounted over another set of CNC- cut inline lettering with double-sided tape and silicone adhesive so that there were no visible fasteners.

Profile: Stuart Wright

Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia

By signcraft

Posted on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

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Shop name: Sign Related

Age: 35

Shop size: 1400 sq. ft. plus 200 sq. ft. upstairs for office and print room

Graphics equipment:
Roland VS 640 print/cut
Mimaki CG 130SII cutter

I had been working from my home studio since 2013, and steadily got busier. Working from a small office and a three-car garage wouldn’t allow for large vehicles or jobs, and I could see myself getting to the point where I needed more space. So late last year, I decided to rent a shop at a commercial location.

The move has been a real milestone for Sign Related. The space is a big help—the other day I had a large truck in here as well as a small rally car. I could never have done that at home.

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