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Some recent projects…

Gallery label printing

MOSTYN

Llandudno, Cymru

Gallery labels.

We are proud to have supplied MOSTYN with their gallery labels; very high quality digitally-printed labels mounted to 3mm and 5mm yellow, blue & white PVC.

Behind an impressive 1901 terracota façade in the strikingly beautiful seaside town of Llandudno is Wales’ leading gallery of contemporary art – MOSTYN. Topped with a landmark gold spire, in 2010 it completed an expansion in which old and new buidlings are integrated in a stunning design by architect Dominic Williams.
Printed wall-covering

UK Cookshop

Burgess Hill, West Sussex

Printed self-adhesive vinyl wall-covering.

Our good friends at UK Cookshop needed a 'brick wall' effect wall-covering for their new premises in Burgess Hill.

We first sourced a high-resolution brick image ideally suited for the premises. We then measured up the wall and determined the optimum splits for the door, remaining space etc. The job was produced as printed, self-adhesive vinyl graphics with a protective matt seal finish.

The job was installed by the client with no issues reported, resulting in a fantastic 'rustic' backdrop to help display their excellent wares.
Event graphics

China Institute

SOAS, University of London

Printed self-adhesive vinyls, speciality internal vinyls.

We were asked to produce and install graphics for a prestigious event at SOAS, University of London.
The job entailed wrapping two four-meter columns with printed, removable self-adhesive vinyl graphics and supplying & installing a large two-colour computer-cut vinyl logo.
The whole job had then to be installed within a one-and-a-half-hour window immediately prior to the event itself, successfully carried out by our expert qualified four-man installation team.
We are happy to report that the event was a great success!

Pavilion Tea Co

Royal Pavilion Buildings, Brighton

Painted Fascia and hanging sign, speciality internal vinyls.

Format Display were requested by Peyton and Byrne Ltd to supply and install internal & external graphics.
Cut-vinyl stencils were applied to the fascia and double-sided hanging sign before specified colour paint was applied and the stencil removed.
Premium-grade polymeric vinyls were installed on the inside of the windows.
Due to the age of the building the window frames were all slightly different from each other; this had been picked up in the site survey and templates had been produced to ensure a correct fit.
Premium grade polymeric vinyl was also placed on several internal doors and a printed frosted vinyl applied onto over 40 panes of glass.
Acrylic picture frames

Brighton Pavilion shop

Royal Pavilion Buildings, Brighton

Cut-vinyl to fascia and hanging sign; window vinyls; fine-art canvas; acrylic poster frames.

We were asked by Brighton Royal Pavilion & Museums to supply and install external fascia & sign graphics and window graphics, all cut in premium-grade polymeric calendered vinyl with a permanent solvent-based adhesive.
We were subsequently asked to supply and install many acrylic poster frames for the interior of the shop, along with a 1000x1400mm stretched fine-art canvas print of George IV. The results looked stunning and an immediate increase in poster sales was reported!

Michelham Priory

Hailsham, Sussex

Printed replica floor tiles, wrap-edged exhibition panels.

We were asked by The Sussex Archaeological Society to come up with a way of producing over 100 medieval floor tile replicas for visitors to Michelham Priory to handle and create their own designs.
After extensive testing of various options we decided on digital vinyl bonded to 9mm MDF tiles with a durable protective matt seal. The hard-wearing results looked superb and uncannily authentic!
In addition we also produced high-quality, wrap-edged exhibition panels for display in the 14th century gatehouse.

Hove Museum

Hove, Sussex

Computer-cut vinyls, colour-matched printed & cut vinyls.

Mr Watt, Grumpy Man of Metal, is the creation of craft maker Jon Mills who presents the disastrous adventures of Mr Watt in a series of short books.
Hove Museum hosted Mr Watt and many of his creations in an exhibition of metal pieces used to illustrate the books.
Format Display produced computer-cut vinyls from individual vector files, colour-matched cut-vinyls and digitally printed and cut vinyls for this fascinating exhibition.