"The process is a time consuming but worth while procedure"
Before I can start to cut the perspex I like to map out a rough design to make sure the colours work together. I then measure every hole. Next I cut every piece of perspex by hand. Once they are all stuck, it’s now time to see what it really looks like with the vibrant colours against the vintage wood, as I peel the protective film off the perspex. Then they are heat branded, numbered and signed.