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Large format graphics

Large format graphics

Large format graphics have to grab the attention of passers-by and those viewing from a distance – but they also have to stand scrutiny at close quarters.

That means having an overview of the whole, whilst taking care of the quality of the detail, and requires a design eye and technical skill and knowledge to make sure it’s working on every level.

If you’re preparing to produce exhibition graphics, vehicle livery or some other kind of large-scale design but aren’t sure how to make the most impact with the space you’ve got, get in touch now for an informal, no-obligation chat

Cropkare pop-up stand and lectern

Willett & Son (Bristol) Ltd

The established branding elements created for Cropkare by Extrabold transfer strongly to this pop-up exhibition stand and lectern, grabbing the attention and reinforcing the Cropkare brand effectively.

Strathearn Pest Control van livery

Strathearn Pest Control

Robert, owner of this small local business, was adding a new van to his fleet and wanted to take the opportunity to improve on their existing livery and make a stronger impression out on the road. Using elements of the existing identity and introducing some new ones, the new half-wrap livery makes a much bolder and more coherent statement, pushing the name right up front and reinforcing their position as a thoroughly professional and trustworthy local business. For more on this project see this case study article on Extrablog.

Unreal triple roller banner stand

Elizabeth Cornelius

How to make an impact on a small budget stand! This solution ingeniously uses three roller banners to do the work of one pop-up stand. The composite visual made from two images catches the eye of passers-by and explains one of the product benefits in a simple and memorable way. See also Logo & branding design and Packaging design.

Feel Better Friends roller banner stands

Feel Better Friends Ltd

Using her knowledge of car sickness in children, ‘mumpreneur’ Jacqui has fashioned a new product from scratch - a portable sick container with a friendly appearance and many useful features. With a final prototype ready it was time to get it into production and bring it to market. With a punchy logo and brochure designed by Extrabold, elements from these were used to produce a coordinated and eye-catching backdrop for a forthcoming trade show stand. See also Logo & branding design and Print design.

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