Tag: Floor graphics

Keeping Kiwis safe during lockdown

Posted on April 6, 2020 at 3:00 PM

Safety signage and printing for Essential Services

We've been fortunate to be in a position to produce signage and print to keep the public and staff of Essential Services safe during lockdown. We are working mostly remotely, only needing minimal staff onsite to produce the work, peaking at two staff. We are confident that this puts us in a position to have the absolute best health and safety provisions for our team.

Tags: Signage, Floor graphics

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Pre-flight Yoga Anyone?

Posted on August 10, 2018 at 12:12 AM

IMG CIAL yoga 1 v3

We like to think were a pretty chilled out lot, and capable of performing well under pressure. Some might say we've got an inner printing, signage and display peace??? Okay we'll make the link to Yoga and meditation here. Our good friends at Christchurch International Airport had a wee project to turn a corner of the international departure lounge into a stretch and relax flight preparation zone. With legs crossed and our thinking hats on we came up with solutions to see the concept come to life. Absolute beginners to seasoned professionals will feel right at home in this fantastic space for yoga, pilates or meditation.

Tags: Floor graphics, information signs, murals & wallpaper, Windows and Glass

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Totally Floored

Posted on February 10, 2016 at 12:12 AM

IMG OM Nurses 0 v2

You will be floored by this project! Don't let your eyes deceive you, it's not real timber you can see but brilliant use of floor graphics to enhance this exhibition space. When we were asked to produce a look alike product suitable for a museum space we knew we had it covered... Literally! Check out what we did and how it looks.

Tags: Floor graphics, Exhibitions

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Marking Your Territory

Posted on March 19, 2015 at 12:00 AM

IMG Floorstones2

This is a great example of a bit of imagination and the benefits of using the floor as well as the walls. Too often the floor is overlooked and there is zero use of this real estate in a graphical sense. The river stones here really capture the district and enhances this space greatly.

Tags: trade show displays, expo signage, Floor graphics

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