Window Graphics & Retail Therapy

Posted March 6th, 2017


As well as being busy getting our new place properly set up we’ve also been kept fully occupied with signs and graphics projects around the Cambridge area over the last few weeks. It’s also great to see the evenings slowly getting lighter and a few early signs that spring is not too far away, making those external signage projects a little easier. Now is also a great time to start planning any spring cleaning and improvements – maybe some new signage and graphics to spruce up your business premises?

External Signage

We finally got round to adding some external signage for our new building – great work Ken and Oscar. Main fascia signs still to be done, when things calm down a bit (?)

Footprint Signs Cambridge

 

Window Graphics

Do you have a window where you don’t want to see what’s on the other side (maybe it’s not quite the ‘room with a view’ you’d hope for)? Or maybe a window where you can’t fit blinds or curtains?

This slightly dusted etched vinyl window film with a high resolution printed image may be just the solution. It lets 100% of the light through whilst maintaining 100% privacy and obscuring any less than perfect views.

We love this example which gives a great impression of being somewhere beautifully rural, when the reality is rather different!

window film | window graphics | signs & graphics

 

More Retail Therapy!

Further retail Point of Sale displays & graphics projects for John Lewis. We wrapped these stands and shelving with grey vinyl film which gave a great new look and lease of life to these retail displays and saved a fair bit on new fixtures. Laminate wrapping is the perfect way to upgrade furniture and fittings at very low cost. The Tom Dixon lighting display was looking rather lovely after the upgrade.

Retail Graphics | Point of Sale Display

 

Look out for more updates on our new and larger premises in Clifton Road as we get things all ship shape, and if you’re in the area please do call in, we’d love to show you around!

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