Coachlining and Pinstriping Signwriting
Coachlining or pinstriping is a method of sign writing which can be used on vehicles to enhance the contours and add a touch of class to the vehicle livery.
On vehicle signs, coachlining is used as a stylish border to the sign written lettering which improves the overall look of the sign, whether a wooden sign, glass sign or even a banner.
Many examples of our coachlined and pinstriped signwriting can be seen in Brighton and all over Sussex.
Coachlining can also be used to great effect to emphasise the surface detail on wrought iron work and the large metal wheels on steam engines or even iron balustrades.
Coachlining or pinstriping on a sign together with hand painted sign writing can really stand out in a world of generic plastic signs and vinyl lettering.