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Traditionally, signwriting was a manual process marked out and painted by hand on site by a signwriter, such as Peter Robinson who has been working with Briner for over 30 years.
Traditional signwriting required good hand-eye coordination and a talent of producing different styles of fonts by hand. Today’s technology means that there is less manual labour in the signwriting process and computer-generated templates now make it easier.
Peter Robinson became a signwriter because he “always loved art and drawing, so it was the perfect career choice”. His role involves meeting with our clients on site to discuss their requirements, and installation is a big part of the day. Peter says to be a signwriter, “you need patience and a steady hand as well as artistic ability.”
With staff like Peter working at Briner, we are proud of how we have cleverly evolved our service offering over many years. We combine the artistic talents and creative eye of employees like Peter with best in class technology.