Using the flexible WordPress Avada theme we created a single page website in 2 languages (English and Italian) and uploaded onto the customers own hosting package.
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Following a simple sketch of what the school wanted to feature on their wall, I came up with the idea of a mirror to make it more interesting. With safety in mind we used a chrome aluminium composite sheet, faced with printed and laminated vinyl. The size is 2440mm wide x 1900mm high so it had to be created in 2 pieces, and was installed with a matching joining strip and a special painted wooden framed edge. The artwork is based around 6 sliced apples and I setup a template for the school to self-print their own photographs to stick onto the installation whenever required. Faces are intentionally blurred out.
Burton Beavan required a nice little welcome sign for the arrival of their customers. The stand was sourced off Amazon and the A3 print was printed on Maxflat to ensure a longer lifespan than that of paper.
Keeping with the Shadowfoam branding and design I utilised their existing assets and created a Twist exhibition stand which was supplied by my exhibition partner.
This Twist package consists of x4 800mm Twist stands, x1 550mm flexi panel to allow the curve, x2 wheeled cases with graphic panels and black counter tops and x4 LED lights.
If you are interested in Shadowfoam have a look at their website
Fox Group have expanded and created a state-of-the-art industry leading training facility. On completion of their fit out I was instructed to supply and fit two large mirror polished 3D logos to two internal walls. Both logos are 50mm deep and fitted with brass locators and really create a high end look and feel. Look out for the complimentary external signage that I was also instructed to undertake.
Its been just over a year since Fox Group had their tray signs fitted, but they have grown considerably and undertaken a full rebrand. Their new signage is 50mm, 3D mirror, polished built up lettering. These were fitted on brass locators into the brick with the large Fox icon carefully fitted over the large window area above the main entrance. I hope you agree that this creates a striking, high-end look and feel to the building.
John came to me for a logo for his new personal fitness business. Playing on his surname I immediately realised that if I coloured it correctly it would double up as LOVE FITNESS so it made sense to go with that concept. It’s also not that obvious but the two hearts also symbolise a “J” and an “L” which again is keeping with the theme of fitness and of course John’s surname. Is it all a bit too clever, I don’t know 🙂
Wayne Austin came to me to replace old signage to the exterior of their new offices in Altrincham. They had the old signage removed and had a simple request of taking their existing logo, fattening it up for maximum impact to fill the maximum area available. The logo was 2.8 metre wide, flat-cut brushed silver finish, 3mm aluminium composite sheet, on stand-off locator fixings installed to the first floor.
Kelly Jackson required a pullup banner and matching leaflet for an upcoming event. Upon approval I supplied a 1000x2000mm pullup banner with shoulder bag and litho printed 10,000 A5 2 sided leaflets on 170gsm silk.