This differed from previous projects in that the customer wanted the store staff to be able to completely change the backwall imagery halfway through the campaign. We were able to source some ultra low tack adhesive that we could use on the top lamination meaning it could be peeled off …
We supplied various CAD cut boards and mobiles, as well as cut window decals to decorate the British Museum shop in the run up to the 2012 Olypmics.
To capture the festive mood for the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, we provided these window display for Ted Baker this summer. From the large format PVC backdrop and printed boardwalk effect flooring to the gold detailing and CAD cut printed Forex items, this was quite an involved project.
We were asked to produce the graphics a large bespoke billboard, for House of Fraser’s Kendals store in Manchester. The graphic was a massive 6 meters long by 3 meters high and to add even more impact we recreated the ‘20 years’ handwritten logo in gold neon. The printing of …
This challenging job required the construction of a solid back wall, strong enough to support the weight of both the picture frames and the mannequin. For this, we used 18mm Dufaylite laminated with large inkjet prints with wrapped edges.
A mixture of white and frosted etch vinyls were used to create this attractive window frieze in the entrance hall of Kew Gardens.
White decals finish off this Christmas window display at the British Museum gift shop.
You may remember that back in July, we produced some large templates to assist the artist Duncan Macaskill with the daunting project of creating a giant mosaic made entirely of pins. Well you may be interested to see the final result, which is now on display at the Royal Opera …
A combination of glitter and mirrored strips were combined on a wire framework to produce hundreds of these giant sparkly snowflakes for the Laura Ashley chain.
We were asked to produce a massive hoarding cut to shape, to celebrate the 175th Anniversary of the House of Fraser store in Manchester.