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June 10, 2019
Chat with Matt: An interview with Judy Heft
Judy Heft of Nazdar SourceOne
May 9, 2019
Bonus Video of the Week: Passing Along the Tricks of the Trade
A veteran of sign painting since 1978, Mike Meyer is a man who likes to keep it real.
April 2, 2019
Video of the Week: In Memory of Bill Riedel
Bill Riedel opened the Riedel Sign Co. in Little Ferry, New Jersey, in 1954. He died in 2018 three days before his 90th birthday.
December 28, 2018
Video of the Week: Mike Myers -- Man with a Brush
Mike Myers is the son of a barber who grew up to be a legend in the hand-lettering world. He's now teaching a new generation of sign painters how to master their craft.
September 24, 2018
Video of the Week: Remembering John Jordan
John Jordan was an Australian sign painter who lived from 1930-2006. His work earned him a worldwide reputation.
September 4, 2018
Video of the Week: Antiquing New Letters to Look Old
Watch as Jerry Wolfe Alward demonstrates how to make new hand lettering look antique.
August 28, 2018
Video of the Week: ¡Beleza Artesanal!
Jackson Alves is based in Brazil but his skills have him traveling all over the world to work with clients and to give workshops.
May 22, 2018
Video of the Week: Letterhead’s 40th Anniversary Gathering
The Letterheads were officially formed in 1975 in Denver.
March 28, 2018
Chat with Matt: Rick Williams
A short interview with Rick Williams, owner of Rick's Sign Company in Longview, Texas, and longtime contributor to Sign Business and Sign & Digital Graphics magazines
March 5, 2018
Video of the Week: Keeping Neon Alive in Oakland
The inside of the tube is heated to 250 Celsius—482 Farenheit—to remove all impurities.