It’s our first newsletter for the year!

Here at Armsign HQ it has been an incredibly busy start to the year; not only have we been working on some really exciting new projects, but we have also completely revamped our website to make it more user friendly.

Our blog will be updated regularly to help you with your decision making on any new projects you have in mind. You can browse our completed projects by category as well as, for the first time, be welcomed into our factory, showing our team, setup and capabilities.

Want to know more? Read on, we have epic projects, new products and community collaborations to tell you about!


We love being able to jump on board community projects and were thrilled to be asked to create the awards for the BIG IDEAS Innovation Challenge 2019 for Northern Rivers NSW Local Health District in collaboration with CJP Creative.

An acrylic tree was routed into shape, digitally printed and fixed to a natural timber base.

Congratulations to Kate Dougherty (Acting Out-of-Home Care Coordinator) and Nicole Ashby (Acting Child Protection Manager) and all of the other winners.


Enjoy the natural beauty of timber with the ease and durability of aluminium, with our new WoodFX textured woodgrain paint for posts.

50% more durable than standard powder-coating. Resistant to termite attacks, never rotting or warping

Sustainable, no logging, no harmful greenhouse gasses and easy recycling at the end of its life.

Effortless, no sanding, repainting, staining or oiling is required.

All materials are supplied and manufactured in Australia.

Choose from over 25 timber grains

Eromanga Town Entry

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Having successfully won this competitive tender in 2018, we were contracted by Quilpie Shire Council to design, manufacture and install a large Instagram-worthy dinosaur that locals and visitors could get up close and personal with.

Eromanga, famed for being the furthest town from any sea in Australia, was also home to one of our largest dinosaurs, the Eromanga Titanosaurus, and is being heralded by scientists as the most exciting dinosaur site in the country.

Our designers worked closely with Council to bring their ideas to life. The brief was to create something that visitors could have their picture taken with, so we developed a set of steps at the rear to allow much more interaction and included the head holes for unique, fun photos.

Using a mixture of natural Coreten Steel to fit in with the surroundings and bold powder-coated colours for contrast, we are really pleased with the outcome and can't wait to see it being used by the community and passers-by.

Read the full story in our case study.

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