We’ve recently been working with mural and artwork specialists, One Red Shoe to transform a busy walkway in Crewe.

The Royal Arcade Walkway is a key feature in Crewe’s town centre and having badly suffered from vandalism and graffiti it needed immediate improvement as part of a proposed redevelopment project for the town.

Having been previously impressed by our work on other projects, One Red Shoe contacted us to help again.

We laser cut six stencils in 0.3mm Mylar which were used to create 95 images in total.

The design of the stencils incorporated images from local school children who were asked to shape an artwork inspired by what Crewe means to them, with important historical and cultural aspects of the town such as Crewe Alexandra FC, Joseph Locke and the railways.

The timescale of this project was tight but thanks to our laser experts we were able to help, and produce the product in plenty of time.

Fiona Osbourne of One Red Shoe said: ““Cutting Technologies’ advice, speed, fair price and quality made a difficult job and unfamiliar technique so much easier – we’re very grateful.”