sign painter

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Noun1.sign painter - someone who paints signs and billboards etc.sign painter - someone who paints signs and billboards etc.
painter - a worker who is employed to cover objects with paint
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They seemed to him two respectable working men of a superior sort - sign painters or house decorators.
At various points early in his career, he worked as a sign painter, a fashion typographer, and illustrator.
com)-- With brushes and mahl stick in hand, sign painter AlyssaBeth Archambault hit the road mere hours after receiving her Associate of Arts degree in June and headed east from California to sling some paint and explore.
Born in Nepal, he was a sign painter in India, before eventually returning home to realise his dream of becoming a painter, a place where he was dubbed the "Lion Heart" because of his passion for his work.
At that time he was employed by Brains as a sign writer and sign painter (duties included handwriting the iconic "It's BRA1ns you want" message on walls and bridges around Cardiff and pub signs).
Capri began his artwork in early childhood, later became a sign painter and specializes in sculptures of found objects augmented by carving, gluing, beading, inlay and other art forms.
In Seattle, he once was a journeyman sign painter, the ultimate in still life painting, he joked.
Sign painter Ruben Enaje, 53, had himself nailed to a cross at a dusty mound in Pampanga's San Pedro Cutud village for the 28th year.
He's an avid trash-pile digger, metal detector, mess maker, outdoorsman, beer guzzler, sign painter, family man, adventurer, urban treasure hunter and an inspiration with his skateboarding and art.
The Arizona Star reports that a 1962 article from the Fort Scott (Kansas) Tribune described how Tsukii, then 24 and a Wichita State student, was putting himself through college working as a TV repairman, electronics technician, sign painter, judo instructor, photographer, folk singer, guitar player and Samurai swordsman.
Sent to a reformatory, he learned a trade and after a stint as a sign painter, rodeo clown, peyote-church worshipper, tribal cop, and sheep herder; all described in nuances that suggest an indigenous Garrison Keillor, he finally settled down into what he decided was his true mission in life, namely, "Being an Indian".
But the work of a sign painter, like many elements of the vintage trend, is about more than aesthetics.