Eye catching window decals were required to compliment Ted Bakers Christmas window display this year. Produced as a print-and-cut job, the colours had to really “pop” to give the effect of a neon sign.
Covent Garden’s Casio store approach us to transform their window display for Christmas. An interesting combination of frosted etch window vinyl, metallic foil vinyl, print and reverse cut vinyl, and CAD cut to shape printed black Amari board created this stunning effect.
Fairly straight forward this one, multi coloured decals applied to glass for an event staged by the software company Symantec. They only had the room for a short period, so the installation schedule was very tight. In fact they were only in place for two hours, before being peeled off …
Our friends at Planarama asked us to make these large and rather intricate strut boards for Project Zero. Printed onto large sheets of Kapa Board and then hand cut to shape, these colourful “photo opportunity” boards really look the business. With the help of their sturdy support feet, the boards …
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