The functional versatility of the “EGO” exhibit system has again shown SONIC to be a leader. Presenting new hearing aid products through quality graphics and a 40″ digital screen presentation. Hearing Aid product has been presented in custom built point of sale (POS) housings, designed, developed and produced by gthink studio. This display space was only 2m deep but 9m long, a low overhead ceiling prevented towers being built. This complete exhibition packs down into a single transport crate, a compact display from all angles. EGO and many other display systems are available for purchase from gthink studio.
Pull Up Banner Displays have been available now for many years. The units are transportable, compact and quick to set up. A Pull Up Banner is the ultimate portable display product for quick presentations and sales people on the road – be seen! Talbots Block – “seriously good shiraz”, recently invested in their own pull up banner to present the Talbots Block brand at trade shows and tastings.
SONIC Hearing, on display at the 2014 Exhibition for SONIC Hearing at the World Congress of Audiology held at the Brisbane Convention Centre. Expanding on the EGO Exhibition System where large format digital graphics are attached using a simple magnet system, I developed a new corner format on an island site. The concept to give greater views from more locations in the exhibition hall. Collaborative exhibition solutions are at the heart of my experience and this was the 22nd year designing, supplying and managing logistics for the SONIC exhibition and marketing display.
This ‘Pop-Up’ Display was presented for the Department of State Development, SA Government with the title “more than cars” Major projects are underway in areas of mining, infrastructure and defence and the aim was to showcase the strengths of the state, including advanced manufacturing, agriculture and food. Details of the vast mineral and energy resources also highlighted the opportunities for business and communities across the state.
Using one of the Octanorm® exhibition profiles and aluminium composite panels, “Brad Expo” built a sturdy ‘pop-up’ display under the canopy in Rundle Mall, Adelaide. A walk through design with presentation alcoves provided a new idea around every corner. Viewing windows created interaction and kept valuable product safe. The visitors were engaged through a community consultation posting panel and an interactive photo booth featuring South Australian food product. With almost 50 display topics extensive design research was completed before the display was presented over two days.
I have been working with Bill and Alex Talbot to present their “seriously good shiraz” – The Prince. Graphic design for the front and back bottle labels, corporate brand development and application, along with their online trading site at talbotsblock.com.au. The development and cms application by associate Robin Custance from vizyweb.com.au. To deliver a consistent and clear market message is to deliver success in the sales arena. I hope you like the direction taken with Talbots Block, join their mailing list and buy a case of the The Prince – it is “seriously good”
Been many years since I produced a piece of art this size, direct to a fixed wall. An original image of the Clare Brass band selected to grace this wall in Ness Street CLARE. Image scanned at high resolution and details added, printed to a self adhesive medium suitable for outdoor use. Enjoyed this project so much, I am keen to move to create another installation. Big thanks to the crew who helped push this project along.
A big week bringing together the exhibition for SONIC Hearing at the Australian College of Audiology seminar held at the Sydney Convention Centre. Utilising the EGO Exhibition System, large format digital graphics are attached using a simple magnet system.
24″ LED screens present interactive information via client laptops. Collaborative exhibition solutions are at the heart of my experience and this was the 21st year designing and supplying exhibition and marketing displays to SONIC.
Working with Chris and Amanda Harris to develop the style, logo and market approach for the Clare Rise Bakery uncovered some of the history of the stone cottage. The 1895 hand-made foundation stone contains some interesting phonetic spelling and hieroglyphs which we decided to incorporate into the 2014 branding.
Designed, developed, to scale …. what you see is what you get. In the design process there are first concepts and then there are working drawings and this van art is a good example of my art, drawn to scale. Your signwriter can then take this art and reproduce to exacting proportions. delivering the job you expect.
I have been working with Sport SA on different projects for a number of years, and details have now been formalised for the inaugural Adelaide Sport Fitness and Health Festival set down for December 7th and 8th this year at the Festival Centre and Riverbank Precinct, what a fabulous showcase.
The Festival will include a Fitness and Health Expo in the Festival Centre precinct as well as a Sport focused Exhibition with Activity Zones at Elder Park and the Event Space outside Regattas Restaurant. The Torrens Parade Ground and upper level Festival Centre Plaza will also host a range of demonstrations and pop up activities.
Festival Manager Peter Spry will be contacting all Sport SA members and other interested parties in the next two weeks seeking expressions of interest in taking up exhibitor sites as well as sponsorship opportunities. Later this month a NEW Festival website link will showcase on the NEW Sport SA website.