Now, we’re throwing you back to 2002 with a look at this classic Frosty Freeze ice cream truck!
Carved Wooden Signs, #TBT
SIGNALS, throws you way back to a Thursday in April, 1991. That’s our PM Scott Sherwood, front and centre, arms crossed, starring into the camera lens with more or less the same expression he uses today when deconstructing a work order.
Scott and eyecandy founder, Jake Ethridge, worked along side one another throughout the 90s at Rainbow Dawn. After a 16 year career at New Century Signs in Halifax, Scott has joined the eyecandy team and is kicking it old school. Sort of.
From the article: “the sign industry has changed dramatically over the past few years [and] has become more mechanized and computerized.” Amazingly the advanced technology of the early 90s included overhead screen projectors and tape masks where today we use vinyl plotters and CNC’s.
Still unchanged is the passion for working together, making beautiful one of a kind signs that shape a street. We’re proud of our roots and are excited for what’s ahead!
Welcome to the team, Scott!
Looking for a gig with a creative team, and the best tee-shirts on the block?
We are currently recruiting hard working individuals who would excel within a team-oriented, dynamic environment, and who are receptive to new challenges.
Drop us a line – and maybe you’ll find yourself saying: “I can be eyecandy too.”