• STAND TURISMO DO CENTRO
    STAND TURISMO DO CENTRO
    By OCYAN
    from PORTUGAL

    The stand presented in this application highlighted the presence of Turismo do Centro de Portugal in the 2017 edition of Bolsa de Turismo de Lisboa (BTL) at the Feira Internacional de Lisboa (FIL), with a 650 m2 implementation area and a 7-metre high construction. The stand had a common zone, labelled Central Square, with 450 m2, where plentiful entertainment and public presentations took place during the whole period of the fair, and 8 public access tunnels to the Central Square, where each region of Central Portugal ensured public information desks, and thousands of visitors crossed every day. Two rooms to hold meetings and receive private investors were also ensured, as well as technical areas for the stand’s audio-visual resources. All these rooms were constructed using printed honeycomb cardboard walls and ceilings. The whole structure was designed and produced to be assembled by fitting systems, safeguarding its greater sturdiness and, at the same time, cleverly conceived so that it could be assembled more quickly using an instruction manual. This was the first stand made in Portugal with such implementation area, and 100% recyclable construction features, produced in Hexaboard honeycomb cardboard and textiles printed with digital inkjet technology. The applicant company was accountable for every stage in the project: the structural technical design of the project in CAD system, pre-printing, printing, finishing, and implementation/assembly of the stand at the FIL. 2,400 m2 of hexagonal honeycomb cardboard were used and printed, in a total of 4.5 tonnes, as well as 1,200 m2 of textile weighing 300 kg. These materials were collected at the end of the fair by a recycling company, thus ensuring that each used material re-entered a circuit of environmental awareness, proving that there are new means of temporary construction, in which paper has a say in terms of cost and sustainable production. Supporting materials for the entry: Brochure with 3D stand images, Sketchups, 3D details of the fittings. Images of press sheets and cuts, plans, 3D with measurements, photographs of the stand at work.

    POP Product Paper
  • MCDONALD'S
    MCDONALD'S
    By MIDI PRINT LLC
    from RUSSIAN FEDERATION

    McDonald's, the most popular and common fast food chain, has been our major client for more than 20 years already. The main aims of this backlit display are to inform about new seasonal drinks and attract the attention of buyers.

    POP Product Plastic & Direct Printing on 3D Products
  • DIVERSITY
    DIVERSITY
    By DIGITAL PRINT CENTER
    from QATAR

    Producing a poster with several printing techniques and effects which will reflect the diversity of materials and printing methods, techniques and operations. The poster will be printed as high-quality offset printing with many digital printing and effects in addition to silk screen printing in addition with many technical effects will be implemented on the poster. The poster will reflect the open possibilities of combining different materials in the printing industry to create a piece of art.

    Posters
  • FLOWER GIRL
    FLOWER GIRL
    By HARWOOD KING PRINTMAKERS
    from UNITED KINGDOM

    Silkscreen using 35 colours from a painting by Lizzie Richards. The use of multiple colours was used to create a painted texture to the final image.Creating the separations for the print required us the think about where the texture would be created. A set of cmyk screen printed colours was used as a starting point but then individual colours were separated and printed using artist pigments to closely match that of the original. Flatbed Digital Varnish with a little black was added at the end of production to help add a varnish texture to some areas.

    Serigraphies
  • CARDINIA REAL ESTATE UK - LONDON
    CARDINIA REAL ESTATE UK - LONDON
    By SIGNBOX LIMITED
    from UNITED KINGDOM

    Breathing life into the new London HQ of a global marketing communications group, we printed and installed 39 graphic artworks by five prominent artists. Inspired by the sites, scenes and people of London, these vibrant colourful prints were installed across all floors of two prominent two buildings on the Southbank. 
    The site had previously been occupied by Royal Bank of Scotland and the neutral, bland interiors did not reflect an appropriate environment for a global leader in marketing communications. The agencies selected a number of artists to create works for the building and we diligently facilitated the process of bringing their vision to life – advising on the most appropriate choice of materials to use for the varying locations, and printing and installing the chosen artworks across the site. For the permanent wall art we specified digitally printed Digimura 2.1, a Class-O fire rated wall covering. For interactive wall art we used Teslaflex - a genius printable ferrous film with a highgrade flexible magnetic base and self-adhesive back that’s durable, cost-effective and can be installed on any flat surface that has something to shout about. But the real joy of Teflaflex is the speed and ease with which its components can be removed, reused and adapted to update the message, to shift the focus or simply to keep it relevant and fresh. A glazed link rising through 7 floors between the two buildings was decorated with a 23 micron polyester tinted window film, creating a multi-coloured environment during the day and projecting a stunning back-lit display at night. **Testimonial from Cardinia Real Estates UK Limited:** > *Signbox produced and installed numerous high quality artwork graphics to reflect the character and location for Bankside 2&3. The work ethic and support from Signbox was excellent - they were fundamental in the delivery of a challenging project which has generated great comments and feedback from our Agencies and Clients.* 

    Decals
  • LA BELLEZA ESTÁ EN EL INTERIOR
    LA BELLEZA ESTÁ EN EL INTERIOR
    By KENDU IN-STORE ISUAL SOLUTIONS
    from SPAIN

    Flowbox is a state-of-the-art dynamic display which allows you to combine textile images with videos and background animations, in order to give printed images movement. However, in our company, we wanted to go beyond this product, so we combined it with double-sided printing; the exterior of the printed object on the visible side (in this case the chassis of a car) and the interior of the object which was previously invisible (in this case the “inside” of the car). By playing with dynamic backlighting, we can use this printing technique to do “magic” for our clients, as the interior of the car suddenly appears, which created a lot of excitement at the Euroshop 2017 Exhibition (Düsseldorf, Germany) where we presented it.
     

    Special Effects
  • GOLF PHOTO FRAME
    GOLF PHOTO FRAME
    By MIDI PRINT LLC
    from RUSSIAN FEDERATION

    These Photo frames were ordered as a great giveaway for the participants of special tournament in South Africa. Optical clean lens varnish in combination with our unique  patented technology “Print Magic 3D’’ creates the illusion of motion and catches consumer’s attention.

    Special Effects
  • THE HUNGER GAMES
    THE HUNGER GAMES
    By A-DESIGN INK
    from RUSSIAN FEDERATION

    The Hunger Games is the artwork made with special effects. The work was made with water-based inks and pigments, produced by Magnaprint. The printing process took 2 days. It’s size is 50*40 cm, and it will arrive already in frame.

    Special Effects Garments
  • VIDEO GAME KEEPERS
    VIDEO GAME KEEPERS
    By IMAIKA LTD
    from RUSSIAN FEDERATION

    This t-shirt was printed for leading geek t-shirt brand in Russia. The company has its own view on game industry and develops prints in a unique style, highly appreciated by geek community worldwide. The art presents buttons’ symbols as monsters, keeping the gamepad rest on the video game altar. 

    T-Shirt & Garments
  • INFLATABLE BALLOON FOR AIRSHIP TOMORROWLAND
    INFLATABLE BALLOON FOR AIRSHIP TOMORROWLAND
    By X-TREME CREATIONS
    from BELGIUM

    Every year, ‘de Schorre’, a recreational area in Boom, Belgium, is transformed into a life size fairytale world. This is the setting for one of the most anticipated electronic dance music festivals in the world.

    Printed Textile