Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada
Posted on Tuesday, June 30th, 2020
Sometimes it’s an art teacher or racecar lettering or watching a sign maker at work that triggers the interest in someone to want to learn to make signs. For Jason Hakki, it was seeing a CNC router cut shapes with amazing precision. He soon had his own Multicam CNC router, and that almost inevitably led to someone asking if he could use it to make a sign for them.
Six years later, he stays busy making custom signs in the small town of Prince Rupert, British Columbia, where the northernmost Canadian coast meets the Alaska panhandle. Along with his local sign work, Jason has also done custom exhibit work for the Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.