One of my favorite kinds of portable trade show booths are the pull-up banner displays. They are very, very portable, nice and light, can go anywhere and set up in seconds. You can work with one or several. If you are clever you can design them to work together or apart. Cost wise and portability wise for a small or mid-size company with occasional display needs I don’t think they can be beat.
I recently had to design two pull-up banners in about 1 day for EHS Pest Solutions. They had a trade show coming up right around the corner and needed something fast. Over came a sketch, some graphics, some text and go as fast as I could. I don’t alway recommend designing displays in one day, but sometime that is what happens.
You can see some of our other Trade Show Graphics on our Portfolio Page
2 portable trade show banner displays for EHS Pest Solutions.
I have been in the wrapping business lately, I feel like a mini Christo, the famous Bulgarian born artist known for wrapping buildings, beaches, canyons, all kinds of things. I actually saw his Newport Beach project when I was a kid. I have been wrapping walls, CT machines, X-Ray machines, stairwells, and cars and trucks. It has been a fun year of adhesive vinyl. For this project I worked wit EHS Pest Solutions of Norwood and have been working with cars and trucks. Adding the company logos, phone numbers, tag lines, the whole bit. If you have any problem with pests, or bugs in your buildings, EHS are the guys to call. You will probably see one of my trucks or cars pull up.
Vehicle graphics are one of the most economical ways to advertise your business. The material stays on for years, it not forever. Your truck drives around all over the place and everyone gets to see it. DGI-Invisuals of North Billerica printed and installed the graphics.
EHS Cars and a Thermal Truck with their logos, contact info, and tag lines.
If you want to check out Christo (1935-2009) and his work they have a cool website, at christojeanneclaude.net/artworks/realized-projects and this article on Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christo_and_Jeanne-Claude