Big Ups was commissioned to design the branding for a new convenience store company in Plymouth.
We created an eye-catching, unforgettable logo that will be used on the rollout, in stores throughout the city.
The sign was designed / manufactured and produced but the team at BigUps. We used white gloss ACP to create the background tray applying coloured vinyl detail and profile cut perspex on fixed locators to give the sign a high end finish.
We have just finished installing these large banners for Plymouth College of Art, promoting the summer shows for the students at the college. Nice iconic ice creams artwork by Eliot Sleep, I love a Twister! Thanks to Ben at Tavy Signs for his assistance on the install. It was a good view from up there! Good luck to all the students graduating this year.
We worked with the Haygarth design team to produce the graphics for their breakout areas and chill zones at their head office in London. Its great to work with designers from initial concepts on a sketch pad all the way to installation stage and seeing happy faces when its all finished.
Using a unique stretched fabric and metal framed extrusion we were able to install these eye-catching graphics throughout their offices.
An extremely popular option now, stretched fabric images are great simply because they can be de-installed and replaced with ease. So updating images for new trends or promotions is relatively simple and clean. Great for retail and fashion industries.
The print itself is produced using dye sublimation, a great medium for images like this. Long lasting and durable, the frames themselves create an almost seamless link between images… no more overlaps!
The other potential benefit to these systems is that they can be produced with LEDs inside to create a light wall!
We also installed the reception signage, profile cut perspex on locators.
Working with Graphica Display,who project managed and produced this installation, to install this impressive wall graphic. This is one of the biggest walls we have helped to install. Working with a 6 man team it was a real challenge to wrap and at over 6 metres high at its highest point it added an extra degree of difficulty. The result was great though! I lost count on the amount of times we had to take down and erect the scaffold!