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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Jamie said: "I was talking with Nigel in the pub and one of the lads is a signwriter for vans and did some Town bumper stickers for cars.
Retired signwriter Mr Gardner said: "As I was standing outside in the lane at the side of my property with my camera, he jumped off his bike and came running down the lane with his fists clenched.
Apart from a few years as a signwriter I have never actually made a career using my artistic skills, but maybe in the near future I might give it a go.
A traditional signwriter at premises where William Elliott patented the manufacture of cloth-covered buttons.
The older of two boys, he was named after his father, signwriter Cassius Marcellus Clay, who himself was given his name in honour of the 19th century abolitionist and politician of the same name.
He joined Fenwick as a signwriter when he was just 14, while he also had an interest in painting.
Mr Longcroft-Neal, who lives in Higham Lane and works as a freelance signwriter, wanted to amplify his voice and guitar to entertain Saturday shoppers from a pitch next to the Market Place fountain.
Our signwriter Davey Given is a Hibee and he and I were both determined there would be no gap between the I and the V for any other meaning to be taken.
A council spokesman said: "Worcester City Council, the Mercian Regiment and the Friends of Gheluvelt Park have agreed that the council will engage a signwriter to 'paint in' the lettering on the soldiers' names using a proprietary rust inhibitor.
Since retiring as a signwriter Don, who has four children and nine grandchildren, took up landscape painting and gained an art degree from Wrexham University two years ago.
Signwriter Lane pleaded guilty to affray and could have been caged for up to three years.