We do like to highlight what we believe is our point of difference. And we believe it to be design but I should clarify this. I just spoke to John about it, because as usual he is pretty direct about this kind of stuff, and then says, you’re not going to put that in are you? I say I am because it is exactly the point I want to make. So here’s our brief conversation, it always brief because he is always busy, just try calling him!Off track … So how did you get this job? A local I know How did you come up with this design? Normally when you see a plasterer’s van on the road all you get is “Plasterer” and a phone number. I think a visual representation always works better but not just any visual, a visual that represents your point of difference, elevates you in the trade. What do you mean by different? Well, plumbers give you a dripping hole or a bloke sitting on a dunny. It’s all the same. Plasterer’s predominantly sheet plaster but in a heritage area like Williamstown they do a fair bit of fancy finishing work too with cornices etc. There’s a bit of master craftsmanship in the finish so why not advertise your difference, you’re not just any plasterer, you like to be hands on with the detail. The sketch font delivers the same message – hands on, craftsman even a sense of the architectural.
Features:Size: Van,Make: Toyota,Industry: Trade Service,Budget: 1500-2000,Coverage: Partial Printed,Region: Victoria