Bonner Signage

Developed by The Land Development Agency, Bonner is a new suburb in Canberra named after Australia's first Indigenous member of Federal Parliament, Neville Bonner.

Screenmakers were asked to produce signage for the new development :

  • Directional Billboard -
    Located on Horsepark Drive, this Aluminium sign (1.6mm thick) had its graphics digitally printed onto adhesive vinyl. The sign was attached to metal posts using starter bolts in the concrete to allow the sign to be easily removed in the future.  

  • Stepped Sign -
    This interesting display was fabricated out of 3mm Dibond. For this type of sign, the Dibond sheets are router cut on the inside so that pieces can be folded to allow graphics to be "wrapped" around the sides of the sign. In this case, the sheets were router cut, graphics were directly flatbed printed to individually cut sheets of Dibond (different sizes to create the steps). Then the Dibond was folded, glued and installed on site.
Directional Billboard
Stepped Sign at Bonner
Router Cut Dibond
Folding the Dibond