“About half of my lettering is done with 1 Shot enamels,” says Jeff, “and about half is done with Axalta Hot Hues urethane paints. All my pinstriping is done with Hot Hues urethane.”
Engine-turned silver leaf outline
Silver leaf with burnished stripes done using a piece of paper held at an angle
Airbrushed grill, bumper and headlights for a drag car
Jeff misbehavin’ in his 1967 Camaro Bracket car.

Jeff Devey

Twin Falls, Idaho

By SignCraft.com

Posted on Friday, February 28th, 2020

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First featured:
March/April 1994

Shop name:
Jeff’s Graphics

Shop size: 3600 sq. ft.

Age: 60

Graphics equipment:
Roland TRUVis VG2-640 printer/cutter
Roland VersaCAMM SP-540i printer/cutter
Gerber Edge printer

Online:
www.jeffsgraphics.com
On Facebook as Jeff’s Graphics
I officially semi-retired as of January 1 of this year. I sold my business to my son Brady, who has worked with me for quite a while. We’ve been moving in this direction for a couple years. I still go into the shop on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, basically to do the hand-painted work—striping, truck lettering and the occasional racecar project.

I just turned 60 so it’s a good time for me to slow down a little. I’m drag racing and doing my hot rods, so I have plenty to do.


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