Installation for art exhibition – Liverpool Biennial 2012

When it comes to the world of art, thinking needs to be adjusted to appreciate the full picture. It isn’t good enough to just build a plinth. You need to understand where it will be position, what it is for and how the whole look and feel will affect the finished artwork. We feel veryContinue reading “Installation for art exhibition – Liverpool Biennial 2012”

Microtile surround

We are keen to showcase our recent collaboration with our client Alive&Sound of the microtile surround we’ve built. The brief included the maximum height, the size of the microtiles and a request to fit 8 wide by 6 high tiles into a curved front surround. The surround was made out of four pieces and finishedContinue reading “Microtile surround”

When to hire an exhibition stand?

A rule of thumb says that if you are going to use a particular exhibition stand more than three or four times it pays to buy it. If a majority of your shows are on the back of conferences in hotels, universities and venues other than exhibition halls and you already have graphic displays thatContinue reading “When to hire an exhibition stand?”

Work it out backwards

How do you ensure the best success at your next exhibition? Start by working it out backwards. Establish the whole reason why you are going to exhibit at this particular show. Is it to gain new leads, brand awareness, market research? Once you have established the reason you can work on how to achieve yourContinue reading “Work it out backwards”