Learning is the process of acquiring new, or modifying existing knowledge, behaviours, skills, values or preferences. The key difference with Lettercraft training is the agile approach to understanding the specific needs of clients and our focus on promoting knowledge that has currency in a particukar field of endeavour.
With decades of proven skills training and successful outcomes behind us you are assured of receiving the best from specialists and qulaified trainers throughout all the Lettercraft Workshops and Courses.
Lettercraft not only deliver in the area of training, we also provide out skillsets and services in the area of commercial and private commissions and applications for Sign Graphics & a wide range of public art projects that include murals, the production & installation of heritage sign projects as well as Consultation in matters of signage art and colour.
Lettercraft have the know-how and know how to pass it on to you in the easiest form to improve your skills. Lettercraft love hand lettering, it's part of our lives & daily routine.
Confucius says "If you love what you do - you'll never work a day in your life!"
I decided to be a signwriter at age nine after spending a day watching a man letter a truck in a yard in London. Eight years on and a world away in Australia I became a signwriter and have loved my craft with a passion every day since 1976 when I started to use the brush professionally and to make my way in the world of lettering.
My passion for brushwork took me on a journey I still travel today. Learning from master pictorial sign artists I exhibited my own paintings in Sydney in 1981 and I have been exhibiting and painting since. My art careerhas run parallel to that of Signwriting and graphics production and there hasn't been a time in my entire life when my love affair with the brush has wavered. I love paint and I love the brush " ....John RigbyView John's Bio here
Hi John, Thank you for giving up your time to show the students and others your craft. It certainly received great feedback and I am glad that people are utilising it again in their work. Lovely to meet you.
John It was a pleasure having you guys there and we would love to have you again in future shows. We had good reports from a number of people and the students who you had there on the Thursday really enjoyed the experience Thanks for you continued support to the Industry.
Hi John, It was great to meet you at Visual Impact Sign and Print expo in Sydney at Olympic park. We were very excited to be a part of the Visual Impact Sign and Print Expo this year. We would like to offer you the opportunity to show you through our TAFE NSW training section. So if you like to visit us or make an appointment to meet our section Head Teacher (Ian Squire) and myself please feel to give us a call. As we are always looking for support/sponsorship from the Sign and Print industry for our apprentices and trainees. Please let us know when you are thinking of scheduling a visit to us , so I can co-ordinate with the section team for you. Thanks again for your support. Kind regards,
Hello Mate, Can I just say how great it was to see you over the weekend and have the opportunity to work alongside you and receive your vote of confidence when it comes to my rusty brush strokes. That means a lot coming from you. Watching you paint and more so, watching you interact with random people with your passion and gentle persuasive powers is awe inspiring John. You’re a great ambassador for our industry. Wishing you well mate. Let me know if I can ever help with anything. Cheers,