It is pretty incredible to think about how far signage has come in the 70 years since Robert Coleman founded R.B. Coleman Signs in 1948.
Back then, it was all about a paintbrush and a steady hand telling a message or promoting a product. Today, it’s all about the printer, the substrate and a clever solution to get maximum bang for your buck – whether it’s on the floor, the walls, the windows, hanging from the ceiling, on a vehicle or in the middle of a field, pitch, paddock or track.
It seems that signage now has no bounds!
If you’re looking for clever signage for an exhibition, event, activation or even for everyday use, we can work with you to find the perfect solution to achieve your goal and budget.
Contact your Account Manager to discuss your plans. We’d be happy to help!
All about gifts!
Once again Reed Gift Fairs was a huge event at MCEC and Melbourne Showgrounds.
Transforming exhibition space is one of Reed’s special “gifts” (pardon the pun)! And this year, they’ve outdone themselves yet again. From entrance features to wayfinding signage, break-out areas to booths, from backdrops to featured cubes.
The space looked the part and set the mood for yet another great event.
Building a stand with a footprint of 9m x 6m, plus a height of 5.8m, in a beautiful semi-opaque fabric, ensures that you will be noticed.
This was a great design from Creative Concept Designs that maximised their allocation of space, supported the image of the brand and created a presence that will be remembered by guests.
Zoning your space
Australian Gift & Homewares Association held another outstanding Gift Fair this year at MCEC.
From the moment guests entered, they were transported to wonderland of thousands of gifts, ideas and inspiration.
The entrance, the stairs, the walls, even the roof space were transformed into buying zones to allow the buyers to be directed to exactly where they wanted to be.
Another great Gift Fair for AGHA.
Creating clever, attention-grabbing in-store displays is easy when you’re using FABframe. The key is to use the maximum space with awesome images that will relate to the end user.
The recent promo for Galaxy Note9 does just that, simply and elegantly.