We recently created and installed these wrap-around adverts for Flybe at the Norwich Airport. It was interesting installing these custom signs on rounded pillars. At Mercury Philips Signs we welcome a challenge!
We enjoyed making the new dynamic commercial signage for Alton Tower’s new ride Galactica. The ride consists of a new iconic rollercoaster using cutting edge virtual reality googles, to take you into space through wormholes and into new dimensions. We also fit the impressive new signage for Alton Tower’s Rollercoaster Restaurant. It the first […]
Brushed Stainless steel Signs Etched and infilled in black part of a large order from an existing client Built to last in all weathers.Read more
A client brought in a Vintage Ferrari sign and asked could you reproduce this as this was created a long long time ago. It was difficult to not do a better job as technology has moved on and its hard not to do something better with introducing all the imperfections the result was Awesome don […]Read more
The second round of signage for Thorpe School in Norwich the signage manufactured in Black composite pan signs, Built up polished stainless steel on brass locators and to finish the effect is a black LEDs illuminated Trough light the signs look truly amazing in the daytime and at night. Why not update your image now […]Read more
Edge lit illuminated box with 4 layers of acrylic almost 3D the photographs dos’nt do this justice looked truly amazing customer delightedRead more
Mercury Phillips commissioned by Kate Monroe to Manufacture 4 sets of Event Gates for various Events and Festivals around the UK. The overall size of these is 6000 x 2900mm and able to be taken apart for transportation The first event that they where used was the Out There Festival in Gt. Yarmouth maybe coming […]Read more
Although traditional signage accounts for a large percentage of our projects we do also get a chance to work on different things from time to time. For instance below is one of several airport beacons we manufacture for the military and civilian airports. These come in various colours and communicate a range of flash patterns […]Read more