This is a great project I was asked to bid on for our local Library which needed a new sign. They wanted something large to be easily read, but also with a roof and style that fits in with the surrounding nature of the spot. I designed this sign which is 8′ tall with the […]
This address sign was custom made for some clients on Vancouver Island. The Whiskey Point sign is made from all reclaimed old growth red cedar that I have salvaged from local driftwood, and was constructed using traditional mortise and tenon joinery with hand split cedar wood. The central area for the address was sanded smooth […]
This sign is made from reclaimed red cedar driftwood. All hand split, with mortise and tenon joinery. The lettering is carved into the wood, then painted with a high end sign paint. Each post has rebar drilled and hammered into it from the bottom, I then drilled holes in a couple rocks to act as […]
This is another wonderful project done with our local Conservancy, and the Nancy Waxler Morrison Fund. I have been making covenant signs here on Pender Island for 5 years now and each one is unique in its own way. The Rose family have protected part of their property under a land covenant they called Garry […]
This is a hand split red cedar sign, built in the Japanes Torii gate style for a local Pender Island land conservation covenant.
This Japanese inspired address sign is styled like a Torii Gate (a traditional Japanese entrance to a sacred space) and ‘welcomes’ all to the property with the Japanese characters. It was commissioned by a client in Guam and now adorns their driveway. The sign is made from all reclaimed red cedar, split by hand, and […]
This is a sign for a local conservation covenant, made from reclaimed red cedar, with the lettering wood burned into the wood.
The Pender Island Land Conservancy has asked me to do many signs over the last couple years that would reflect the wonderful lands that have been placed under covenants. I am honoured to be able to help make these signs by using reclaimed red cedar that I have salvaged from right here in the islands. […]