Elle Magazine / Rimmel Make Up – Beauty Cupboard

Elle Magazine and Rimmel Make up London wanted to launch a new mascara via a brand activation and we were approached to fabricate the set for the install.

The client wanted to create a high street salon feel but incorporating very specific graphic elements in keeping with Elle and Rimmel’s vision. Including internal walls, make up shelving, photo booth, glass effect windows and huge scale replication of supplied artworks and sign writing. All colours matched to Pantone references to ensure precise reproduction of supplied artwork.

Client: House of Bestival
Event: Bestival
Sponsor: Elle Magazine / Rimmel Makeup
Project: Design, Fabricate and Install Beauty Cupboard pop up venue.

Giant Letters, 3D Letters, Three Dimensional Letters, Giant, Letters

Camp Bestival – Giant 3D Letters

Bestival liked the letters we made for them so much that they asked us to make a set for thier family festival ‘Camp Bestival’. Armed with the knowledge of how we made the previous sets we went about the challenging task of adding in a few tricky letters. Making a letter ‘C’ with a perfect curve and strong enough to handle people climbing on top of it was no mean feat, but we managed it of course. In fact it became one of our favourites!

Client: Bestival
Event: Camp Bestival
Sponsor: Visit California – Kidifornia
Project: Design, fabricate and install giant 3D logo Letters.

Giant Letters, 3D Letters, Three Dimensional Letters, Giant, Letters

Bestival – I Love Bestival Giant 3D Letters

Bestival asked us to make two sets of giant 3D letters, one set for use at thier shows in the UK and another set for Bestival Toronto in Canada. Due to the shipping constraints they had to be able to flat pack into the smallest space possible. We gladly accepted this challenge and managed to make the 45ft x 7.5ft x 4ft structure pack down onto just two pallets.

They were also made to a very precise dimension so that they would fit into a container sideways leaving only 20mm spare, meaning that space inside the container could be maximised but a forklift could still be used for loading and unloading.

The design also incorporates no visible fixings when the structure is viewed from the front or back, a small detail but one we felt extremely important when dealing with someones brand.

Client: Katie Maddison – Bestival
Event: Bestival & Bestival Toronto
Sponsor: Bestival
Project: Design, fabricate and install giant 3D logo letters for the UK and Canadian Events.

Working Wool – Branding/Signage

We were asked to create a set of signage, ‘A’ boards and a concertina style folding backdrop for British Wool company Working Wool. The brief was to be rustic and as strictly low impact as possible. Everything was made with recycled timber and the signwriting painted with Eco Friendly Water based paints.