Located a stone’s throw from the historic Brooklands motor and aviation museum and the aerodrome that predates it, Dakota’s name is itself a nod to the rich history of aviation in the area. In the first six months of 2017, the building’s owners had it stripped back to a shell…
18 May 2017
When the world’s most famous police headquarters moved from London’s St James’s Park to Victoria Embankment in late 2016, Signbox was tasked with replacing the iconic sign that had been seen steadily rotating outside the St James’s Park building, and on television screens around the world, since 1968.
Architectural signage specialist Signbox has recently completed a new interior and exterior signage project for the West London offices of Japanese entertainment giant, Bandai Namco.
Hollywood Monster has helped Lego to to unveil its brand-new flagship store in Leicester Square. The new site is the toy company’s biggest store in the world and required 260 square metres of vinyl to stay hidden while construction work was in progress.
Jaguar is revving up the promotional activity surrounding the launch of its first high performance SUV - the F-Pace - with a 4 week experiential campaign in the heart of Terminal 5, Heathrow’s busiest terminal welcoming over 16 million departing passengers each year.
Hollywood Monster has been named as a ‘preferred supplier’ to the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, cementing the relationship between the two Midlands-based companies, and for the next two years, the firm will be providing printing and signage services for the Group’s venues, shows and events.
12 May 2016
Pixartprinting, the European W2P company, has created an enormous printed mechanical flower installation at Base Milano that comprises colourful and animated smaller flowers, whose petals open and close with a mechanical rhythm caused by the 'breathing' of rubber balls that, thanks to the principle of shape memory, return to their…
As HSBC’s relocation to Birmingham is now well underway, Hollywood Monster has manufactured and installed giant hoardings to keep the building works under wraps. The company provided technical and creative expertise for over 150 metres of hoardings and large steel supported signs since work began at 2 Arena Central, the…
Italian visual artist No Curves is known for his unique and geometric style. His work is characterised by the total absence of curves and round edges because he realises his artworks exclusively with adhesive tape.
When Northampton based Studio One was commissioned to supply hoarding boards to dress the perimeter fence surrounding the old post office site in Northampton, the company turned to PPB (formerly Proctors) for materials advice.