Plasmacut Custom Metal Art bring new variety to Agfest


Phil and Meryl Graham showcase their best range yet of custom metal artworks at Agfest.

Retired military veteran Phil Graham decided to start his own business turning photographs into custom metal artworks. 

Plasmacut Custom Metal Art began in 2008, and is based in Gippsland Victoria. The products are all made from mild steel, they are lightweight and durable for customers who want to further adapt the Plasmacut design. 

Phil says he and his wife Meryl enjoy travelling to Tasmania each year for Agfest.

”Our favourite event is Agfest. Our product is popular, the people are nice and the business keeps evolving”.

Plasmacut are taking orders for custom designed metal artworks, so patrons are able to get their favourite photographs immortalised in metal. Plasmacut are also selling artworks on site, and will be updating their stock on each day of Agfest. 

Plasmacut’s work ranges from commissions for city councils to railway enthusiasts groups worldwide. Phil says one of his greatest metal works was a photograph of a cattle road train which he turned into a set of 20ft gates for his customer‘s property. 

Agfest is showcasing Plasmacuts artworks in fire pits, wall hangings and more. 

“Stuff for the man cave, stuff for the garden, stuff for the ladies, stuff for the men and stuff for the kids,” Plasmacut have metal art for everybody.