Our latest project for Interpretive Signage at Brooms Head in northern NSW has just been completed. Commissioned by Clarence Valley Council the project called for the creation of 8 large panels 2 metres wide x 1 metre high. In addition to the design, we were required to create the content, source all the images and verify copyright of all the images.
The signs are medium density and the large image in the top right hand corner of the signs has been ‘photoshopped’. This was a design decision for aesthetics and necessity. A filter of ‘paint daubs’ has been applied to give interest, to allow for the placement of a spectacular image and to maintain a beautifully rendered high resolution ‘LARGE’ graphic.
Yuraygir Coastal Walk
Working in conjuction with NPWS and the Office of Environment and Heritage many of the beautiful images are to be found in the adjoining Yuraygir National Park. The Yuraygir Coastal Walk runs from Angourie to the north, through Brooms Head to finish at Red Rock.