Bexley Public School letters and crest signage

Bexley is one of Sydney’s eastern suburbs, just west of Kogarah, and has an amusing twist in its history. James Chandler, nicknamed the Duke of Bexley, founded the suburb but was dismayed that bushrangers, convicts who had escaped the camps, and other odds and ends of society were attracted to it. He left the area but the name stuck.

Bexley Public School has heritage-listed buildings, and decided to upgrade a prominent wall by rendering it and installing a dimensional school crest and letters to identify their school to traffic on Forrest Road. The results speak for themselves.