A recent exhibition display at a UK event for Cocoon Medical UK. This project was a little different to usual, as it had two slanting side panels. So I had to supply the graphics in four different angles, to match the angle of the slant on both sides.
Large format infographic design, featuring an illustrated World Map with map marker icons to visualise the companies global locations. The map is split into areas of colour to show the different business zones… Aisa, Americas & EMEA. The graphic was created to be installed in their new UK offices, to decorate the wall of one […]
Large format exhibition banner design for Cosmeditech, to promote their latest laser products at Professional Beauty 2018 at ExCel in London. The banner is 6 meters wide & 2.4 meters tall, so the graphics needed to be supplied at 25% scale, using high resolution images & vector graphics. With a large area to fill, it’s […]
Large format graphics for a Lumenis UK exhibition display. The exhibition was 6m wide by 2m tall, so the design needed to be separated into several panels, which could be reconfigured & shuffled about for future exhibitions. The design was first created as a whole, so the marketing team could see how it would look […]
Large format exhibition design for Cosmeditech, to be used at the Professional Beauty exhibition 2017. The stand consisted of 2 large panels (2m wide by 3m tall), and a 1m by 2m pop-up banner. The artwork was created using mainly vector graphics – to reduce file size & to maintain print quality. This also lends […]
Cosmeditech attended a number of exhibitions to launch Xero – their flagship product. They required several large format graphic displays to decorate their exhibition stands. The image featured here was photographed at Olympia Beauty, London. Each panel was 2 meters tall, so required large format print graphic design… using vector graphics where possible, but high […]
Dassault Systemes are a French based, automotive innovation company. They required artwork design & supplying of large format display graphics for an exhibition.