Whether you need an innovative booth design, banners or promotional items, we can discuss the best way to leave an impression.
This booth for Neenan construction was designed to be a fun interactive experience.
Based on the famous 1938 picture "Lunch atop a Skyscraper" we used the picture without the workmen for the back, then copied the picture from the beam down as a tablecloth.
We set up a camera so visitors could sit on the table, as if on the beam and when we took the picture it looked like they were atop the skyscraper.
It was a big hit and a booth and brand to remember.
Pet grief counselor Leigh Ann Gerk needed a booth for a conference.
We focused on her book Dear Brave Friend which is about a letter from a boy's deceased dog from heaven.
Besides bookmarks we included branded tissue packets visitors could take home to use when reading the book.
Sometimes booth design can be as simple as a branded banner and create displays.
Since the jewelry products were made of copper, bronze and silver, we used displays from nature, stained driftwood, barnwood and rocks. Take-a-aways were product cards, and description cards.
Packaging design included lasered kraft boxes with muslim bags.