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How vintage-style signs are made at Nutmegger Workshop

Watch how vintage-style signs are made at Portland, Oregon’s Nutmegger Workshop. Related watching: painting, how things are made, and Behind the Signs: A Look at the NYC DOT Sign Shop.

via Those Who Make.

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