WeWork Summer Camp 2018 – Creative Signage

We created additional signs for some new venues and various pieces of creative infrastructure for the 2018 chapter of the WeWork Summer Camp.

Client: StudioTAC
Event: We Work Summer Camp 2018
Sponsor: Private
Job: Design, Fabricate and install Creative and Infrastructure signage.
Photography: This is Loop & Sean Kerr

RHS Chatsworth – Way Finding Signage

The Royal Horticultural Society approached us as they wanted to incorporate some traditional way finding sign posts into the RHS Chatsworth flower show. We produced ten individual finger posts with five signs per post including all the necessary  installation hardware, installation, de-rig and storage until next years event.

All colours were painstakingly matched to replicate the specific colours dedicated to each of the RHS shows and were sign written by hand on both sides in the approved font using traditional sign writing enamel paint.

Client: Royal Horticultural Society
Event: RHS Chatsworth Flower Show
Project: Design and fabricate traditionally sign written way finding sign posts
Photography: This is Loop

Summer Social / Desperados – Creative Signage

We were approached by Westworth-Kemp events to produce some signage for the sports based Summer Social event held in London. They required a Summer Social Logo sign to identify the event and also some additional signs to be used at a sponsor installation.

Client: Westworth-Kemp Events
Event: Summer Social
Sponsor: Desperados
Project: Design and fabricate creative signage elements for the client and sponsor.
Photography: This is Loop

Tim Weeks/Bestival – Loop Sessions

Loop Sessions was created especially for Bestival’s ‘Slow Motion’ by Tim Weeks (former Creative Director of Psycle London).

Euphoric rave spinning, on bikes, yes like that kind of spinning!
The venue required an eye catching sign to draw people to the venue that fitted in well with its industrial exterior.

We created a Lightbox sign with dual layers of acrylic to form the words. The characters were CNC’d from Black acrylic and then bonded to Opal acrylic enabling the words to light up. The whole sign was then wrapped in a line of white LED Neon to outline the sign during the dark hours.