Archive for August, 2018

Way finder and directory signage

Way finder and directory signage

No building or complex is complete without way finder signage, From outside to inside way finder signs are required as people will be lost without them. The building needs a name or number as does the entrance or doors. In the grounds or once inside visitors need direction. This type of product needs planning and the input of a graphic designer as this concept will also carry corporate Branding as well as informative messages. The design must be simple, easily read, and in some cases tactile for visually impaired. Planning way finder and directory signs is a great opportunity to produce eye catching Branded signage that delivers people smoothly to their destination. Add soft sell printed wall covering to the mix to enhance the program and this will add a further dimension to the project and Branding. Your graphic designer will need a very good brief and a budget for the project, at this stage you will need the input of a sign manufacturer who can offer all the latest materials and lighting to form stunning informative signage that will last for years with little or no maintenance. With an arsenal of materials that offer a long life and versatility in production to deliver the finished project with knockout affects. Hard wearing Acrylic sheet that can be opaque and self coloured to opal for illumination. Clear acrylic that can be reverse printed in any colour, forming face protection for the print and can be fixed with stand off fittings. Self adhesive for easy change options and temporary information points. Fire rated PVC sheet that can be printed with full colour images and is easily cut to shape and installed. Aluminium trim, frames and finishing can be part of the installation. Composite sheet can offer ridged panels for corners and outdoor signage.

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Wide format printing signs project for National Lottery by Great Yarmouth printers Repro Arts

55 Metres of #print direct to print media foam PVC Foamex by Repro Arts has been installed at Greater Anglia Offers Great Yarmouth railway station Great Yarmouth. The #printing at the station depicts pictures of wonderful and nostalgic trains such as “Early driving van trailer”,”Class ’66 in English,Welsh and Scottish Livery” and “Class ’86 in Anglia Livery”
We are very proud to be helping uncover Great Yarmouth’s cultural assets and finding ways to support and promote them through “Making Waves Together”.
This project worked with local train enthusiast Mark Potton’s photographs and commissioned public artist Tom Pearman to design the artwork, creating added interest and enhancing one of Great Yarmouth’s gateways.
Thanks to the support of National Lottery Players, Arts Council England, Heirtage Lottery Fund, Great Yarmouth Borough Council, Waveney District Council and also to Repro Arts – we are pleased to work with local businesses who can also help improve the environment and make Great Yarmouth a better place to live, work and visit.
#makingwavestogether
Thank you originalprojects;

A 55 metre long frieze of photographs taken by local train enthusiast Mark Potton has been installed at Great Yarmouth Train Station, thanks to originalprojects; a Great Yarmouth based arts organisation.

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Mark Potton, who lives in Gorleston, has been photographing trains around the UK for 40 years, and now has a collection of over 20,000 photographs along with many items of memorabilia. He was presenting a small display at a neighbourhood lunch when Kaavous Clayton from originalprojects; met him and discovered this local treasure trove.

When he discovered Mark’s collection he wanted to help share it with the people who live here as well as visitors to the town. He discussed the idea of a large installation at Great Yarmouth Train Station with Alan Trett, the station manager, who helped to find a space at the train station to display the photographs. originalprojects; then commissioned artist Tom Pearman to take the photographs and find a way to display them that would enhance their qualities. Tom has taken the photographs and reflected them to emphasise the vanishing points

The project not only presents the hidden passion of a local individual, it helps to improve the visual appearance and enhance the overall feel of Great Yarmouth Train Station, one of the gateways to the town. Thanks to Greater Anglia and everyone involved in the project’s hard work this display should be installed in time for the air show.

This project is part of Great Yarmouth EXPO, a project that collects and celebrates cultural artefacts, personalities and customs from the town, and is part of originalprojects;’ work for Making Waves Together – part of the Great Place Scheme funded by Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund and delivered jointly between delivered jointly between Great Yarmouth Borough and Waveney District Councils.

originalprojects; received £45,000 to deliver various projects over 3 years. So far they have given new life to an empty shop where they display exhibitions of work that is either relevant to Great Yarmouth or by local artists (including a display of a fake 9 metre long sewer complete with fatberg); presented a conference exploring creative workspaces; worked with 3 local restaurants on a music and gastronomy event that celebrates the Portuguese speaking culture within our town, and have many more plans in the pipeline.

 

Press release issued on behalf of originalprojects; July 4, 2018

A 55 metre long frieze of photographs taken by local train enthusiast Mark Potton has been installed at Great Yarmouth Train Station, thanks to originalprojects; a Great Yarmouth based arts organisation.

PR_Train station

 

Mark Potton, who lives in Gorleston, has been photographing trains around the UK for 40 years, and now has a collection of over 20,000 photographs along with many items of memorabilia. He was presenting a small display at a neighbourhood lunch when Kaavous Clayton from originalprojects; met him and discovered this local treasure trove.

When he discovered Mark’s collection he wanted to help share it with the people who live here as well as visitors to the town. He discussed the idea of a large installation at Great Yarmouth Train Station with Alan Trett, the station manager, who helped to find a space at the train station to display the photographs. originalprojects; then commissioned artist Tom Pearman to take the photographs and find a way to display them that would enhance their qualities. Tom has taken the photographs and reflected them to emphasise the vanishing points

The project not only presents the hidden passion of a local individual, it helps to improve the visual appearance and enhance the overall feel of Great Yarmouth Train Station, one of the gateways to the town. Thanks to Greater Anglia and everyone involved in the project’s hard work this display should be installed in time for the air show.

This project is part of Great Yarmouth EXPO, a project that collects and celebrates cultural artefacts, personalities and customs from the town, and is part of originalprojects;’ work for Making Waves Together – part of the Great Place Scheme funded by Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund and delivered jointly between delivered jointly between Great Yarmouth Borough and Waveney District Councils.

originalprojects; received £45,000 to deliver various projects over 3 years. So far they have given new life to an empty shop where they display exhibitions of work that is either relevant to Great Yarmouth or by local artists (including a display of a fake 9 metre long sewer complete with fatberg); presented a conference exploring creative workspaces; worked with 3 local restaurants on a music and gastronomy event that celebrates the Portuguese speaking culture within our town, and have many more plans in the pipeline.

 

Press release issued on behalf of originalprojects; July 4, 2018

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