NG Signs: Creativity In Retail… The London signwriter.com

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If you are looking for visually stunning traditional signwriting, you have just found the professional solution… here is my complete Traditional London based UK wide sign service, made genuinely by hand – since 1981.

As part of my service, I can assist you with logo re-creation, sign design, colour schemes and layout options.  

My 30 years signage experience will help you create a great sign and keep your project on time and in budget.

Look forward to talking to you soon.

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… in this digital age it’s great to see signwriting is in a renaissance.  

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Creativity In Retail – the life n soul of you business

| By | Nick Garrett the London Sign writer.com

Creativity on all levels has always played a huge part in attracting clients through the door in retail … the space today remains wide open for you the in-store designer, to create the creative sign statement that will ignite the imagination of existing clients and brand new ones too, as the swing toward retro and craftsmanship shows signs of being here to stay.

NGS are active in the area of new sign trend, surfaces finishes and visual product development – we work closely with our clients along the critical path, from concept, through design development to installation or hand painting.

With a multi dimensional interiors and product design based background, Nick Garrett offers clients…

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The Spring of 800 Earthquakes

Tagami Food, Wine & Travel

Today I’m thinking of Japan.  Land of the Rising Sun, and birthplace of my grandfather, Giichi Tagami.

I’ve had several business trips to Japan over the past 24 years, but none so special as the one March 2011.  It was sakura time — cherry blossom time — and all of the shops had pink blossoms in the windows and all of the food merchants had cherry flavored products — from sakura manju on the Shinkansen to Starbucks’ sakura macaroons and Sakura Frappuccinos®.

Big snowflakes slowly drifted and filled the Ginza neighborhood outside of the Olive Oil Sommelier Association of Japan the first day of our olive oil Aisatsu, but fair weather followed us the rest of the week in Tokyo, Kyoto, and Kobe.

The tremendous earthquakes which we experienced while we waited for our flight home to California on Friday afternoon were truly surreal and turned sideways everything we knew…

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