Viewing entries tagged with 'banners'

Blog

Hidden On Show

Posted by Jono on 22 May 2017

Title imageSalmond Reed Architects Ltd approached us with an idea inspired by many European heritage sites to produce printed scrim as a photograph to cover the iconic Otago University Clock Tower, so that much needed stone conservation could continue behind on the scaffold, rather than dismantling the scaffold at great cost to the University for the mid-May Graduands’ Ceremony.

Tags: , ,

0 comments Read the full post

Understand - Adapt - Thrive

Posted by Jo on 10 February 2017

Understand - Adapt - ThriveWe love doing event signage. Quite often we get requests that require us to think outside the square, or use our years of experience to make an idea work. Sometimes a simple sign may in fact be more than it appears, considerations have to be made for the impact it will have on the structure once it's been removed. Our wealth of product experience makes things so easy. Here's an event we recently worked on at Horncastle Arena.

Tags: , , , ,

0 comments Read the full post

Laugh Till Your Cheeks Hurt

Posted by Jo on 23 February 2016

IMG Busker16 4Once again we were heavily involved with the SCIRT World Buskers Festival held here in Christchurch. We've been providing printing and signage for many years and this year we are proud to have had our own stage - the Adgraphix Stage. We wanted to show you all the exciting printing and signage we did for this 2016 event - except we forgot to get out and take some photos. Below are some pics we managed to scrape together. I think the festival was so damn good all of our focus was on the entertainment and not our task at hand!

Tags: , ,

0 comments Read the full post

Follow The Crusade!

Posted by Jo on 26 May 2015

IMG Footy1Check out this case study for Canterbury Rugby Football Union. The work was completed at AMI Stadium - the home of the Crusaders. We were asked to come up with fantastic solutions for legends banners (some good names to remember!) and work on the new “take a kid to footie” castle. Have a look at the details below.

Tags: , ,

0 comments Read the full post

Wide Load Ahead

Posted by Scott on 18 February 2013


Why produce a project with welds when you don't need to? When it comes to the really big stuff, most of the production in New Zealand is output on 3.2m capable machines. That means a lot of tiles and welds for a good number of applications. Welds are acceptable for the a lot of grand format applications, but for some you just don't want those joins if you can help it. Using our tried and true HP Scitex 5m grand format printer, we output onto 5m wide rolls of PVC banner, mesh and fabrics. This printer has been instrumental at bringing to life massive prints that are outside the abilities of the 3.2m printers, or for multi tile projects where it has reduced the number of welds required.

Tags:

0 comments Read the full post

The Roll-up Portables

Posted by Scott on 12 December 2012


Portable Roll-up systems are for more than just travel applications. These display signage systems are very versatile. Often they are used as an easy solution to get a decent sized banner to fit in a space with the least amount of hassle. The good news is we have a range of choices that are sure to suit every budget. We have put together these stands which we think are well built and aesthetically pleasing. Roll-up stands have the banner loaded under tension so it restracts into the base to protect it and for ease of transportation.

Tags: , , , ,

0 comments Read the full post

Sign That Igloo

Posted by Scott on 16 September 2011


We took on the challenge to put large graphics onto this flexible dome and it couldn't have worked out better. The installation God's were looking over us as we had some fantastic Christchurch weather during the install. The self adhesive graphics (big stickers) were sectioned off into a jigsaw type arrangement as the tallest figure was 5m high and far too big to manage in one piece from a cherry-picker. As it turned out we're not too bad at jigsaws cause all the arms heads and legs ended up in the right spot! Dressing up Hagley Park incorporated a range of signage including, banners, flags sign panels and mesh speaker covers. This project came together brilliantly and wer'e pretty stoked with the end result.

Tags: , ,

0 comments Read the full post

A Day In The Sun

Posted by Scott on 29 October 2010

                     What a great day! We've endured a lot of aftershocks for nearly two months and this was a welcome break. It was a really good day as the sun shone, the bands played and the ground didn't move. The Band Together concert turned out around 140,000 people. New Zealand has some damn good musicians. Who would have thought The Exponents would be finishing a concert with Christchurch (in cashel street I wait) 25 years after it was recorded. For those who don't know what it was about... Band Together was a free concert for the people of Canterbury which featured some of New Zealand's top musicians. The purpose was to give Cantabrians a day to try to forget about their stress caused by the earthquake and chill out for a day.

Tags: , ,

0 comments Read the full post

Our House, Our Castle!

Posted by Scott on 27 March 2010

                        The Crusaders season is well underway with 5 wins from 6 games so far. It's the first season at AMI Stadium with the new Deans Stand fully operational. This has required a new castle for the horse riders to come and go through while they hype up the one eyed crowd to "Conquest Of Paradise". Adgraphix was required to produce a wrap for the new structure to give the stone finish. Our accuracy and ability to provide fast turnaround made sure it was a success.

Tags: ,

0 comments Read the full post

The New Look - House of G

Posted by Scott on 24 March 2010

              Glassons have recently opened their new look fashion playgrounds in Palmerston North and at Riccarton, Christchurch. It's a whole new look for Glassons stores and they are awesome. Yeah, we are biased, but we are stoked with our input into this new concept. We have worked closely with Glassons for many years producing their visual merchandising. Here are some of the visuals we created for the project. There is a mix of all sorts of printing techniques and technology used in the production of them.

Tags: , , , , ,

0 comments Read the full post