Always Handpainted
We are Sthlm Signs.
A unique blend of old school and new school. By combining graphic design with traditional sign painting we bring new life to the long lost artform of handpainted signage.


Sthlm Signs is a Stockholm based, creative design and signpainting studio founded in 2016. With traditional sign painting techniques and an artistic approach we take visual ideas and design to the next level. We work with signs, walls, windows, vehicles and basically anything you can think of for that unique and timeless look your brand deserves.

In a world where pretty much everything has gone digital, the interest for real craftsmanship is on the rise, and in our short time we have already worked with many of Stockholms most interesting stores, breweries, cafés and hotspots.

With a passion for both design and perfection, we pay attention to every detail and are not satisfied until you are. The result is a genuine artwork that no plastic print can match.

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A selection of our client base.



Three large scale perfume bottles painted on three different location around Stockholm city.

Gröna Lund

A wide range of hand painted signage for the no.1 amusement park in Sweden.


Reversed painted windows on 25 different locations around Stockholm, London and New York.

Beats By Dre

A 12 meter high mural of the heavyweight champion of the world, the British boxer Anthony Joshua.


Gold leaf windows and interior signage at the flagship restaurant located in the center of Stockholm. 

As well as being two very nice guys, Henrik and Pontus are reliable and talented.
Our 12-metre mural is a true showstopper
— Hampus Klint, iZettle


We make you look good!

We are proud to have worked with many leading brands and businesses from a wide variety of sectors. From your local corner shop and favorite distillery to world-renowned restaurants and lifestyle companies.




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