We had produced a few graphics and rollup banners for Scotmas and it’s other companies and they had an important exhibition coming up. They needed a portable self build solution but had a limited budget.
We designed them a shell scheme compatible solution using a number of popup displays, both straight and curved. Branded counters were made out of the transport cases to complete the stand.
We worked with Rob Baxter of Red Admiral Design to design and produce this exhibition stand for TLV. The flexibility of the ISOframe Wave system meant that Rob could create a reconfigurable stand which would work in multiple spaces, but still get the consistency of brand and appearance that you would expect from a full exhibition stand build.
We produced a range of portable displays for Sky for their roadshow events. Their creative team supplied excellent artworks all set up just the way we like them, which made our production job all the easier. The roadshows took place across the country and the ease of transporting and assembling the displays quickly at numerous sites was key to the events successes.
This set of roll-ups was produced for George Watson’s regular open day events, with graphics which represent the range of classes and activities on offer at the college. We used the reliable, durable Grasshopper bannerstand (we’ve now replaced this model with the Prism) to deliver this solution on time and on budget.
We designed and produced this nice, clean pop-up display for Brightwater for their use at multiple shows and events. Pop-up bundles still remain a very popular and cost effective form of self-build exhibiting.
John Lewis have ordered a number of sets of our standard bannerstands over the past couple of years, each time requiring artwork setting and good turnaround times to deliver the finished products. Redblu to the rescue!