Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Pop-Up Booths

Pop-Up booths are a great way to make a splash at your next trade show. They are great looking and easy to set up. You can also carry them into the venue, instead of paying to have them delivered from receiving to your booth area.
There are many different brands of pop-up booth, and we can make replacement panels for any of them. We find it best that you ship the booth to us so that we can be sure everything fits together perfectly.

You'll find our panels look great on your booth, at about half the price of panels from the booth manufacturer!
One strategy for those on a budget is to buy a used pop-up booth (you can find them on EBay and at used booth dealers) and have us make the new graphics. We also have a booth that we sell for $2500.

Monday, March 2, 2009

BIG Backlit!

Here's an interesting job we did recently for Armadillo Arts in Iowa City, Iowa. The customer wanted to put a display in a space that was a large window. We produced a large backlit graphic, and they built a box over the window to hold the graphic. Sunlight is all that is required to do the lighting, since the museum is open only during the day.

Pictured here is Will Thomson, who designed the exhibit.

The east window in the Grand Gallery as installed (image size 53" x 104") is an enlargement of a 1900 photo of a Meskwaki lodge at Tama, from the State Historical Society of Iowa. The Meskwaki left Des Moines County as a result of the Black Hawk Treaty in the 1830s.

In the same museum, we produced a backlit tabletop graphic, shown here viewed from above.
The interactive map unit is entitled "A topographic history of Des Moines County" and features a backlit map and several stations that show different aspects of county development: ghost towns, railroad and stage lines, early mills and factories, historic sites and natural areas.
A view of the map unit during installation (east is at the top). Cabinetry by Paragon Cabinet of Iowa City.
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