Here are a couple shots from the Jack Brewer Foundation blue carpet event held last month. The project involved creating two separate backdrop step and repeat banners, one for the blue carpet runway, the other for the MC stage.
This particular banner was produced on a special fabric banner material ideal for this exact application. The size of this was a whopping 8' x 10' fit specifically to a portable backdrop display frame system.
Backdrop step and repeat banners are a great way to expand branding opportunities and highlight sponsors/contributors, especially for events that have any media coverage. There are several types of banner materials used for these backdrop banners. The key: understanding the displays function, installation method, and project budget. A grasp of the prior gets us focused on the best material for each specific project.
Pictured here is a 3 dimensional wall logo project we recently completed. What is unique about this particular project is that we did not install this, our client did!
What you see here is our 1/2" thick PVC plastic. The face has a 1/16" brushed aluminum laminated to the surface giving this project a really sharp look. Once the Aluminum is laminated to the PVC, we router out the image, clean up the edges, and prepare for installation. For this particular project we needed to prep the image for a simple as possible installation as this project was getting shipped 1800 miles to its final destination - Hollywood, Florida.
Thursday we received this picture and a note from the business owner saying, "it looks AMAZING". Our client installed this project himself. With some common sense, a bit of patience, and the aid of our installation template, he had this wall logo up well under an hour. Having never installed anything like this before he said it actually went up rather easily. On top of that, he saved over $200.00 not having to hire a local installer to do the work for him!
We have produced many dimensional wall logos over the years. They are a great way to enhance company branding as well as dress up an interior wall, conference room or reception area. The options are endless, from simple black our white plastics to a patina finished solid brass, and a boat load of options in between.
Check out our website for more sample and material options.
Yes, it is possible - more color for less than you paid in the past! How is this possible? Technology is making the printing and sign world more economical.
Fifteen years ago or so, a sign similar to what you see pictured here would have cost approx. 3 times what is would today, and the imaging would not even come close to what today's technology can provide.
The sign pictured here was a quick-turn project for us that needed to be produced on a rigid material yet be lightweight, low cost, able to withstand rain, and above all have sharp, smooth color imaging. Seems impossible that all this could actually be produced at one time. This was right up our ally. We have a material that we use especially for this type of application.
As you see in this image the sign stands nice and rigid and displays the fine print and color gradations brilliantly. The secret here is in the sign substrate and our really awesome direct to substrate color printing. No gluing laminated posters to fragile art boards or vinyl sticker applications to plastic sign boards. This printing process that we use is clean, resilient and cuts out all those expensive old school steps.
With direct printing, the right substrate, and a creative thinker, troublesome event signage is a thing of the past... at least it is at Big Idea.