In 2019 I Celebrate 29 Years in Small Business. I have been fortunate enough to supply Artisan Signs , Chalkboards and Double sided “A “frames to Business of all sizes.
Hand-painted signs have long been overlooked, but new ones are popping up all over Australia and, fresh or faded, they’re worth paying attention. Many of these everyday works of art are the result of a long-standing, highly skilled but dwindling tradition — one that’s thankfully being rediscovered, learned, and revered by a whole new generation.
Besides being beautiful works of communication rooted in technique, perhaps the greatest appeal of hand-painted signs is the inherent hope they display. “It used to be that you would own a business and you would pass that business down to your son, and he would pass it down to his son, “You wanted to let people know that you weren’t going anywhere.”
A hand-painted sign or Chalkboard does more than look good: it evokes an investment and, hopefully, a sense of permanence. Which is one of My favourite things about sign painting. “It’s an incredibly optimistic line of work, I work with small business owners who are just starting out on something. They are finally opening their general store or their bakery or their restaurant that they’ve always dreamed of, and they’re taking an incredible amount of care about the details.” Details they hope will be around for many years to come. I look forward to helping your vision come to life.
Before contacting the Artist for a "Quote" please make sure you have
You the viewer should note that this website is best viewed on a PC or Tablet.
1. Exact content (wording) you would like on your chalkboard- the content (wording) could be a menu for a shop or wording for a wedding chalkboard.
2. If emailing content (wording) to the Artist -please have all wording is in plain text or in word format.
3. Please make sure you have the exact measurements in centimetres (cm)
4. It is impossible to give a quote over the phone or via email without the above information.
5. Select "contact" from the menu bar above or email the Artist.
6: Please note; The Artist is not a courier or tradie or handy man and can not deliver or install any art work or sign to your premises. You the client will be responsible to pick up all Artwork or hand painted signs or chalkboards from Beenleigh/Queensland. Or perhaps you the client can arrange to have a courier pick up on your behalf however you the client should organise this in advance.
7: Please note: when asking the artist to email you a “Mock up” or “rough sketch” of what your sign or chalkboard or hand painted original -the Artist will only send a ‘Digital interpretation’ of the works and is not indicative of the finished works. The artist is a human and can only deliver a hand painted original piece. The ‘Digital interpretation’ should only been viewed as a “rough sketch” of the finished product. COLOR PROOFING: Because of differences in equipment, processing, proofing substrates, paper, inks, pigments, boards etc and other conditions between colour proofing and production pressroom operations, a reasonable variation in colour between proofs and the complete job shall constitute acceptable delivery.
Please check the art proof(s) carefully for errors and omissions. Your signature or that of your authorized representative is required on all mechanicals or artwork prior to release Customer assumes all responsibility for any errors or omissions in type and layout. ngentry.com can not be held liable for errors or omissions after the job is created.
8: I DO NOT WORK for free- You will be asked to pay for your order in advance.
9: There are verious sizes:
120cm by 90cm and 90cm by 60cm and 45cm by 60cm or 244cm by 122cm or 244cm by 244cm or 244cm by 366cm ......(However) I can custom make "any" sized chalkboard to your specifications. Regardless of the "standard" a chalkboard can be as large as a standard wall in a shop or home.
10: I can also frame your Chalkboard- However you must ask when requesting a quote the cost as it varies in price.
11:Please note after viewing the "Mock u that you are signing off the job and authorizing ngentry.com to go ahead and hand paint your job. Although we keep checking carefully through all stages of production, you take responsibility if there are any errors in the final job that are on the proof. Our responsibility is to ensure the hand painted job matches the signed off proofs, of which we have a copy. The signatory below accepts responsibility for proofing all the artwork accurately. ngentry.com cannot accept responsibility for corrections not implemented and/or requested at artwork stage. Any modification requested after client approval of artwork may result in production delays and/or additional expenses which must be approved by the client before production.
*************HOW TO CHECK A PROOF ***********************
Please use the advice which follows, advice which is borne out of much experience, to guide you in checking your proof. Checking and signing off a proof is a solemn responsibility! Your attitude towards checking a proof is critical. Here are some points on the attitude you should adopt when checking a proof.
• Attention to detail is the key to checking a proof.
• Check the WHOLE proof even if it is a reproof, and even if there were only a couple of minor changes.
• DO NOT focus only on one aspect of the job — for example, the text and not the colours, or the images and not the text. Always check headings carefully.
• Try to look at the proof as if you have never seen the job before.
• If possible, have someone unfamiliar with the job to check the proof as well.
• Are there any typographical errors?
• Are there any spelling errors (pay particular attention to headlines)?
• Is there anything missing from the job — logos, lines of text, boxes, borders, lines?
• Are graphics positioned, cropped and scaled correctly?
• Enlarge the job to 400% and check that graphics are sharp and not jagged. They will print more or less as you see them.
• Are the various elements of the job the right way up?
This is particularly important in the case of greeting cards.
• Are the various elements in the job correctly aligned?
• Are the colours correct?