Library windows with bicycle decals For three years now, we have been busy preparing new bicycle decals for the Tour Down Under in the library. The Tour Down Under is a great event in the Adelaide Hills. The community is keen to participate in many levels. We have had a long cooperation with the Coventry Library in Stirling and it is great to come up with something new every year for this event. Bicycle decals can come in many shapes and sizes: In 2014 and 15 we designed a true community involvement: Bicycle decals represented mountain bikes, city bikes with shopping baskets, kids bikes, bikes for mums with baby carriers, you name it, it was on the window. In 2016 it was all about competition: decals on the window show the competitive spirit of the game. Riders in action with a contemporary take on movement and speed. One of the best part of these project is all the comment we get from library visitors! We love them!
branding and signage, commercial feature walls, corporate decals, design, shop window signs, window frostingadmin 2016-11-06T00:23:51+00:00
Conveyancing office signage This conveyancing office signage project for Tuckfields conveyancing involved many different parts. Tammy and her team was creative and fun to work with. We created outdoor signage with their logo, which was fastened to the fascia of the building. Branded their main entrance. Installed self adhesive lettering for trading hours and contact information. The office window needed some privacy, so we created a word art decal listing their services on the window. Inside the office we designed a word art decal for the CEO's wall. This was made up of very personal words of her choice and turned out to be exactly how she wanted it. In the general office space we installed value word decals, wall quote decals and 3D acrylic lettering.
Large glass surfaces can present problems with privacy, security, or unpleasant views, like a carport. Creative window frosting will solve the problem! Windows and glass doors provide a fantastic opportunity to get creative. We have worked with many different clients and came up with different solutions: using one of our existing decal designs, taking motives from the clients' environment, cutting details out or printing onto the frosted vinyl. Sometimes even partial window frosting is sufficient to hide the unsightly views. Frosting will still allow light to enter the space. Here is what one of our happy customer wrote: "I have struggled for several years with a problem of some large sliding glass doors that open on to an area where we park our cars. I needed a solution that made the outlook more stylish and retained the light coming into the room. I came across Walls that Talk at the Bower Bird Design Market at Wayville Showground. When Sylvia came to the house she gave me several ideas that might manage the problem. The design that we chose was completed and installed within a few weeks. We love the product and the painstaking perfectionism of Sylvia and Thomas during the installation was amazing. The product that they have installed makes the room look so much better and is very good quality, modern and easy to care for. It was a very cost effective solution to our problem. I would highly recommend both the product and the wonderful service offered. We are loving the windows and have had several compliments." Anne Murray-Smith Plympton