Outdoor Display

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.

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 original position with a fluid and organic motion, thereby opening up the flower. Its aim is to provide visitors with a moment of wonder with which to be inspired.

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 new base of the HSBC UK headquarters.

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.

The Mexico Tourism Board recently took over the Immersion Zone at St Pancras International Station as part of a major tourism push.

William Smith has added a new edge-lit POS display system to its product portfolio that offers an alternative to traditional pop-up systems. QuickStand, first seen at FESPA 2015, features LED technology that allows individual illumination of each display panel, making for an intensely bright and vivid visual impact.

JCDecaux is set to take over the world’s largest bus shelter advertising concession from 1st January 2016 where it will commence building out a network of 1,000 digital bus shelter screens in London.

Display print specialist Octink has recently worked with London’s Air Ambulance to transform its headquarters near Bank as it campaigns for Londoners to donate towards a second emergency medical helicopter for the city.

Tata Communications is fronting an OOH campaign that will see the company wrap Heathrow Express’s entire fleet of trains. The designs of the train wraps and advertising executions feature bold, colourful photography and facts and statistics about Tata Communications’ capabilities, alongside its “We’re the connection” message, highlighting the scale and variety of the company’s global operations.

An art exhibition of 13 images by iconic rock photographer Nick Elliott, measuring a massive eight meters high, has made its first public appearance to create what is believed to be the largest outside art exhibition ever.

Universal Pictures has deployed a world-first outdoor campaign with JCDecaux, transforming London Waterloo into the Jurassic World theme park in the lead-up to the movie’s release. The campaign is dominating every outdoor advertising location in the station and includes a range of premium media firsts.

Long live rock

May 14, 2015

An outside art exhibition displaying images of some of the world’s most famous musicians taken by iconic rock photographer Nick Elliott, has been digitally printed by Structure-flex Limited to create what is believed to be the largest outside art exhibition ever.

The Australian cities of Brisbane, Melbourne and Queensland have seen the arrival of tiny billboards around town as Marvel kick starts what looks to be a slow burn campaign for its upcoming summer blockbuster movie Ant Man which launches on 17th July.

Signs and graphics giant Hollywood Monster has printed and designed a 440-metre-long hoarding in double quick time for Westfield London as the retail giant embarks on a £1 billion extension.

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