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An art project commissioned by Fairfield Council was officially unveiled on the 4th March 2016. Cunneen signs worked alongside the artist Marian Abboud, to help bring her art inspiration to life.  “The outdoor piece titled ‘Theoretical Probability’ is made up of four individual coloured pillars, each featuring pictures of residents surrounded by polygon’s” says Marian. “The shapes represent the interconnected people and groups that make up Bibby’s Place and its harmonious atmosphere”.

Constructed from galvanised steel sub-frames, routed 6mm thick aluminium face panels and digitally printed image panels which then had an Anti-Graffiti coating applied, these sculptures really stand out and look beautiful set amongst the community of Bibby’s Place in Bonnyrigg.

Opened by Fairfield City Mayor Frank Carbone, he said the work was designed to reflect the concept ‘All the World in One Place’ as well as the multiculturalism that Bonnyrigg is known for.

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One of our gold star client the University of New South Wales approached Cunneen Signs with a concept drawing and desire to produce something out of the ordinary. Its purpose is to honour those many supporters of the business school who have donated funds. 

We set to work designing and manufacturing the 3 dimensional wall from a series of fabricated aluminium sub frames all to varying depths, and aluminium composite panels clad to these. The panels had various finishes applied from brushed silver to matte white, and even some perforated panels to add some more texture. The graphics themselves were digitally printed, vinyl and 3D profile cut acrylic.

The Business School’s  senior designer Michelle Devine oversaw the project for UNSW and notes: “the results were exactly what we envisaged, it has transformed the foyer space of the UNSW Business School Building. We are so pleased with the results of the donor wall and appreciate the expertise from Cunneen Signs team”.

Find out more about Cunneen Signs fabrication capabilities here: http://www.cunneensigns.com.au/signs-catalogue/fabricated-signs.htmr

Or contact one of our sales team to get moving on your project today!

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NEWSFLASH!! Cunneen Signs would like to proudly announce our sponsorship of the young and talented Jack Le Brocq at Bathurst 2015!

At just 23 years of age, Jack Le Brocq has cemented his place as a star of the future, having already compiled a list of impressive racing credentials to his name. Coming up through the ranks of go-karts and Formula Vee, Le Brocq first emerged as an up-and-comer when he was named as a CAMS Rising Star while competing in the Australian Formula Ford Championship in 2012 – the same year he claimed the title.

He soon caught the attention of V8 Supercars team owner Betty Klimenko, who drafted Le Brocq into the Erebus Academy as the squad’s Formula 3 driver, soon after driving to victory at Sydney Motorsport Park and Phillip Island!

So join us in getting behind Jack, and keep an eye out for car 28 at the chequered flag!! 

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With the second stage of Warriewood Brook Anglican Retirement Village in full swing we went back to the start to audit our stage 1 signage rollout and therefore retain consistency throughout the village.

The upgrade consisted of entrance signs, building signage, window graphics as well as directional and wayfinding signs, and to prove it – here they are!

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The University of New South Wales’ latest addition to its Kensington Campus is the Material and Science building which looks to help students build and achieve their dreams.

Set in the heart of their main campus, this stunning building  houses an entire ground level comprising two main elements, an innovation hall and multipurpose workspaces. The first floor has specialist materials fabrication laboratories, and six multipurpose work spaces that can be reconfigured into a single large space for presentations, pop-up retail and events such as robot football or IT competitions.

The signage had to compliment this sleek and sophisticated building as well as meet style guidelines to match all other signage throughout campus. It was also restricted to adhesive fixings only due to the fragile fascia materials. As such, Cunneen Signs designed the ‘Michael Crouch Innovation Centre’ sign using Stainless Steel profile cut letters with a linished finish fixed hard up against the building fascia, whilst the UNSW is a profile cut crest with digitally printed graphics applied.

Hopefully you will agree that we have created a subtle, elegant solution!    

 

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Did you know we also do Vehicle Wraps?

You may not be aware but Cunneen Signs does more than just your typical directional sign or plaque - we also do vehicle, truck, bus, boat wraps and decals!

Whether it’s a small company logo with contact details, or a full eye catching wrap covering the whole car - allow our talented team to help transform your vehicle into a mobile advertising billboard!

Click here to find out more.

 

Cunneen Signs manufactured and installed these beautiful signs located in Centenary Sqaure, Parramatta. This redesign of the area included wayfinding, amenities, regulatory and identification signage throughout the precinct. This project was unique as it involved the use of various materials like, beautiful warm timbers, stainless steel and concrete as well as utilising various graphic applications like screen printing, engraving and direct digital printing. It's amazing how something as simple as an amenity sign or a directional sign can look so attractive. 

Well done to the team at 'Design by Toko' who designed these signs.

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Cunneen Signs was awarded the project to manufacture and install external landmark and directional signage for Canberra Hospital. These signs ranged from 4-6m in hight and were fabricated out of galvanised steel and LED lit from within allowing visitors to easily navigate their way round the hospital and its grounds.

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Client’s Testimonials

Dear Elise Could you please pass on to Nick and all concerned how much our Assoc. and the community in general appreciated the financial assistance received from Cunneen Signs during the construction of the Wisemans Ferry Community ANZAC Memorial. The management at Cunneen’s have shown that the Company is indeed community minded and without such assistance from our supporters and spon...
Wayne Moore, Wisemans Ferry ANZACS’s.