First Choice Holidays – Holiday Island

First Choice Holidays saw the benefit of running a brand activation pop up venue at the award winning family festival ‘Camp Bestival’ and we were approached to produce a number of elements for the install.

Client: Tom Dobbs – House of Bestival
Event: Camp Bestival
Sponsor: First Choice Holidays
Job: Fabricate and install various creative elements.

Feed the Fields – Chicken Shack

Feed The Fields were starting a new catering venture and had bought a trailer and facade secondhand. It quickly became apparent that the facade had not only seen better days, but was going to be very expensive to transport around and time consuming to erect. The previous owner had said that it took 4-5 crew a whole day to build and an entire van to transport it.

So we built a facade that could be built by one person in less than 2 hours, light enough to be transported inside the catering trailer itself without pushing it over its legal weight limit and saving Feed the Fields an extra van and driver everytime it needs to go somewhere, eventually the facade will pay for itself over and over again!

Menus were also traditionally signwritten with hook and eyelet price tags that have ‘Sold out’ on the reverse to ensure that even when stocks are running low that the menu’s still look on brand.

Client: Feed the Fields
Event: N/A
Sponsor: Feed the Fields
Project: Design and Fabricate a new facade for an existing catering trailer.
Photography: This is Loop

Metro Magazine – Fair Ground Mirrors

Metro Magazine wanted some ‘Hall of mirrors’ inspired mirrors for a Fairground styled party they were putting on for their staff and guests. They had to be light enough to transport and install, but also sturdy and robust enough for a party environment. The venue also had a strict ‘no fixing to the walls’ rule, so a rigging system involving no wall fixings was created to fulfill the requirements.

Client: House of Bestival
Event: Metro Magazine Party
Sponsor: Metro Magazine
Project: Design, Fabricate and Install fairground style hall of mirrors.
Photography: This is Loop