The Best of British Signmaking
The COVID-19 Extra Mile Award
Wide Format Project of the Year
Wayfinding Scheme of the Year
The winners so far…
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The Awards are independent of any membership organisation and are free to enter for all UK based businesses.
Give your business a post-cornoavirus boost, enter your best work for the 2020 awards.
First established in 2002, the awards have become a beacon for the best in British Signmaking, providing a unique showcase for the creative talent, technological skills, engineering abilities and craftsmanship that continue to make sign making in the UK the envy of the world.
This year, because of the coronavirus crisis, the awards will be conducted online (click here for full statement from the organisers)
In light of the emergency created by the coronavirus pandemic the decision has been taken to cancel the British Sign Awards 2020 Gala presentation event which was to have taken place at the Athena in Leicester on Thursday, November 12th. Instead the awards will take...
A Brief History of the British Sign AwardsSign Industry Awards winners brochuresThe ‘Oscars’of the UK sign industry have a history dating back to the 1990s, and for the past 20 years Ray Hirst has been the primary organiser of what are now firmly established as the...
It’s now six years since the British Sign Awards were launched as a joint venture with what was then the BSGA (British Sign and Graphics) but which has since become ISA-UK. Ray Hirst, who created the awards with his wife Val, long-time editor of Signs and Sign...
The winners of this year’s awards received the best trophies ever, thanks to the efforts of Corby-based Trade Etching Direct (TED).