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Great Ape Signage

Posted by Jo on 5 October 2015

IMG OranaG 5Orana Park needed some interpretation signage for their newest visitor attraction.  Here is what we did to make the centre informative and have a bright visual impact.

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Visiting Reefton

Posted by Scott on 7 December 2012


This is a cool project we completed recently. Next time you're headed to, or through Reefton, shoot into the visitor centre and learn a bit about this part of the country. Jeff and Jono travelled over for a few days to put this display work together. Check out the pictures below.

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Stand Back!

Posted by Scott on 17 December 2010

                       This ranger can do what no other ranger can. Stand still on the spot 24/7. These images are of signs recently installed at Franz Josef Glacier to keep it's visitors informed and safe. The signs and lifesize cutout are manufactured to withstand the demanding environment. For more information about our interpretation signage options click here.

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Talk the Talk - Walk the Walk

Posted by Scott on 25 February 2010

                         We have been printing interpretation graphics since the early 2000's. Over time we have gained a lot of knowledge about what works and what doesn't. We have a huge arsenal of products for all sorts of applications, indoors and outdoors. These images are examples of signage that has been out in the weather and attracting attention of vandals. The first image is a north facing sign that has been in place for just over 5 years. It's got a few war wounds in the form of light scratches but the printed image is holding up exceptionally well and is a good example of the durability of our printing.

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