Study conventional steam truthful signwriting

Carters, the traveling Victorian steam fair, publishes a book about one of the fair’s iconic images – the signage.

The new book Signwriting: Tips, Trick and Inspiration is a guide to the world of traditional signwriting and fairground art from the unique perspective of Joby Carter or Carter’s Steam Fair.

Described as overflowing with over 370 color photos of inspiring brush-painted signs and fairgrounds, with loads of useful tips on how to draw and paint great letters.

The book is aimed at artists and typography freaks, either for themselves or as a Christmas present – the book can be pre-ordered from here.

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