58 Barbers and Workspace approached us to produce and fit their 2 logo’s onto the window fronts of their shop – to avoid the window cleaners ruining the graphics we printed in reverse to clear vinyl with CMYK and spot white and profile cut it and installed it on the inside of the shop […]
Elavon Financial Services needed a refresh to give their workspace a branded and more vibrant feel. With a few simple graphics we were able to accomplish this throughout the office space using coloured column wraps, cut vinyl lettering for company slogans in various locations and a large wall vinyl in the lift lobby. We also […]
We recently refurbished a local Lenovo/Moto Office in Basingstoke, Hampshire. The client was looking for an economical solution for re-branding the office. We used a variety of profile -cut, lifesize panels to fill vast spaces on the walls, affixing them using rear-mounted split batons to give a 3D effect. Elsewhere we created small image mosaics using various sizes […]
Legoland Windsor are currently undergoing some maintenance work between their hotel and one of their attraction. Rather than cordoning off the area with drab, blank hoardings, they got in touch with us and we created a 50 metre stretch of colourful 3mm dibond panels. Installed over the course of 2 days by our 3-man installation team, […]
To coincide with park opening we were asked to produce graphics for the City Walk restaurant at Leogland Windsor. Because of the nature of restaurant walls we used WallWrap 300 vinyl with a scratch resistant seal to graphic the entire back wall of the restaurant behind the serving area. Wrapped dibond panels were used to […]
We recently revamped the walls of the Heartlake City restaurant/cafe at Legoland Windsor Resort. We used printed Wallwrap 300 vinyl to cover several square metres of wall space/
We were recently contracted by our regular client Pizza Express to re-brand one of their restaurants in Whiteley, Hampshire. We used Wallwrap 300 vinyl which was heated into the wall tiles to assume the appearance of being “painted on”. The artwork was designed to replicate the the boats that line the local River Hambley.