Project : ANGEL Building

Solar Graphics has just had the pleasure in completing another project for the managing agents who run the Angel Building, London. A short while ago the owners had a series of monolith information signs installed that unfortunately were not standing the test of time. As the owners and managing agents were happy with the existing design we set about producing some replica units to replace the old ones. Following the removal of the damaged and worn units we brought them back to our workshops to set about reproducing them. Once produced the brand new units were transported to site and installed in place of the old signs. The installation is now complete and the signage now compliments the build

Project : 24 Cornhill

When it comes to branding it is essential that all signage and associated products are consistent, well produced and installed to a high standard. A long standing client of Solar Graphics called upon our services to add the finishing touches to Tagetik's new offices in Cornhill, London. Tagetik's logo was produced from 3D cut-out letters. All letters were spray finished in their corporate colours and installed directly to the new reception wall via hidden rear fixings. To complete the new look and further tie-in the new corporate colours, Solar Graphics were also asked to 'vinyl-wrap' the existing wooden reception desk in the Tagetik logo colours. All items were produced and installed by Sol

Project : 116-118 Chancery Lane.

Signage has moved on significantly in the last decade or so with the introduction of full-colour digitally printed signs and LED illumination. However, sometimes something a little more classic is required. This impressive little directory which we fitted only today forms part of a new scheme of signs for 116-118 Chancery Lane in London. This external directory is made up of a series of etched polished brass plates which in turn are fitted to a gloss black acrylic backing panel via brass screw fittings. The directory, along with the other signage installed was the design concept of Solar Graphics and all produced in-house.

Sweet smell of success.

With our new blog in place we thought this would be an ideal opportunity to show you some of the impressive and sometimes obscure projects we are asked to undertake. This first project taken from our archives was designed, produced and installed by Solar Graphics way back in 2007. A project of literally monstrous proportions was required Tate & Lyle for their manufacturing building in Silvertown, London. The brief was explained ..... to recreate a replica Lyle's Golden Syrup tin to fix to the side of the building, but to measure approximately four metres tall! Anyone for syrup ? The project was entrusted to Solar Graphics to produce a design concept, produce the project and to finally transp

And we're off ....

Welcome to the new look Solar Graphics website. We've had a total redesign to bring our online presence up to date. We hope you like the new layout and find the content interesting and helpful in showing you what we're about and what we can do here at Solar Graphics. We all enjoy what we do and are passionate about designing, producing and installing some of the most impressive signage we can which we think shows in our portfolio of previous work. We'll keep you up to date with news and projects that are happening here and hope you return and comment on the projects to let us know what you think and help us to continue to move forward.

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