We supplied and installed the temporary vinyl dressing applied to the frontage of the Riverside Museum in Glasgow for the 2018 European Championships. We had a few details to problem solve, such as the recessed gaps between the panes and some tricky (aka very windy) weather conditions during install to plan for but overall the job went as planned and was another eye-catching Redblu success story!
We also supplied numerous graphics for the various merchandise stalls and marquees throughout the city. Glasgow Green was the main events hub and had multiple locations requiring decoration as well.
Sky initially approached Redblu for initially to build a cinema room and create 10 booths that required to be branded with different product groups for a one day internal communications training day event.
Poster Board hire, setup and breakdown of poster boards and the production of rigid photographic quality graphics. The initial event was such a success that it was rolled out to Dunfermline, Livingston, Uddingston, Newcastle, Derby and Cardiff.
“Just a quick note to say thank you for all your help with yesterday’s event, it looked great especially impressed with the quality of the graphics and the cinema room, We had great feedback from all colleagues so definitely worth while! It is something we are looking to do on a quarterly basis so I will definitely keep in touch for future events.”
“Redblu Graphics provided a friendly and professional service, printing and installing graphic boards of excellent quality helping to create a memorable event for Sky.”
Glasgow 2014 needed to recruit 20,000 volunteers to help run the Commonwealth Games. They tendered the opportunity for creating an eco-friendly, recyclable interview booths for their HQ in Glasgow.
Following the successful tender Redblu won the opportunity to create these booths which needed to be free standing and completely recyclable fitting in with the Eco-Friendly theme for the Games. We decided upon creating the structure from timber and cladding the panels with Ultra Board covered with eco-friendly, recyclable graphics.
Redblu worked with SICSA to deliver the Demofest conference. It’s a great conference showcasing the very best Informatics and Computing Science research from all of Scotland’s Universities. There are some seriously intelligent people working in our midst. Hopefully more and more will be able to spin out their ideas and commercialise them, helping Scotland grow.
We artworked all the graphics with each teams’ specific content, set into a predefined template. We then printed and delivered all the pods to the Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh. What a fantastic venue that is.
For a number of years we have provided design support to Informatics Ventures for their EIE (Engage Invest Exploit) Conference. We act as the exhibition supplier for the event which includes the supply a small exhibition ‘pod’ for each of the startup companies hoping to secure investment. We layout and provide templates for all of the structures we provide, allowing companies with in-house design teams, or existing design partners to submit their files for us to print onto their stands. The design support also allows us to provide creative graphic design to those companies or teams who don’t have their own design support. The result is a set of very varied briefs from exhibitors which is always a great and interesting challenge!
In addition to the graphics for the panels, we have also provided design and production for various other elements including reception counters, sponsor booths, phone charging stations, wayfinding floor graphics and stage dressing elements as well!
EIE is a great event and we love being involved every year.
As part of the branding package that arrived in Glasgow ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Redblu printed the now iconic ‘People Make Glasgow’ slogan windows on the front of the College of Building and Printing. We printed kits tailored to fit the numerous different pane sizes that make up each window block, and collated each with a small reference number so that the fitting teams abseiling down the face could easily identify what does where and get the correct vinyl from their bundle every time.
Originally designed to only be there for a few months, the vinyl has now been in place for 6 years and counting, and is still looking good and regularly features on TV, online and in print!