About This Project

Did you know this was England’s newest National Park? Or that it’s home to 17,000 pigs and 120,000 sheep? Neither did we. What we do know is that it’s a beautifully varied area including cliffs, ancient woodland, market towns and vineyards within two hours of London, and it attracts millions of visitors every year.

Landmark was approached by South Downs National Park Authority to produce striking and memorable signage for one of their sites – Iping & Stedham Common. We worked with The Way Design and combined the timeless qualities of English oak and durability of HardROK™ graphic panels to create the signs shown here.

Power coated clip frames, which are also available as weatherproof locking poster cases, were added too, which allows the addition of temporary notices.

This design will be replicated at other sites across the South Downs, so keep a good lookout next time you go and remember to enjoy the 2000 miles of paths!

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