The Gro Company. Stretched Fabric Graphics

Project managed and produced by Graphica Display.

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.

Vans. Westfield, Stratford.

Project managed and produced by Graphica Display.

This Installation was commissioned by Vans as a bespoke graphic for the Westield, Stratford store. Each store within the complex was asked to produce an individual installation and this was theirs.

Using perspex and foamex each graphic was individually installed to produce a curved effect on the ceiling. A challenging install but we think the end result looks great!


Aston University Graphic Wallpaper Installation Project

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!

Hello Tiger!!!

We are working on some new Tiger images for Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International plc, London.

10mm clear Perspex, mixed media. Spray paint and vinyl detail.

The final pieces will be 1200mm x 1200mm, and double sided with background colour sprayed on the reverse side and profile cut, black mat vinyl detail on the front.

Initial layout and designs were created using a pencil and paper, with the sketches scanned and then traced using Adobe Illustrator. Finally, vectorised silhouettes were then placed into the image for the extra detail and dimension. The reason for using illustrator is to create vector paths so a vinyl plotter can cut the graphics out of a roll of self adhesive vinyl. This is only made possible by using vector based graphics software.

Here are some photos of the process and preparation:


Thanks to Kim at MUSI!