Yogurtland had a franchisee meeting at the Universal Sheraton and Image Options supplied all the graphics for the event. Graphics included a Yogurtland sign with each individual letter die cut, custom shaped pole banners, 8ft. tall spoons wrapped with vinyl, wall graphics and elevator door wraps.
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Here is another great looking window display from the folks at LRG. All the red and blue lenses were printed separately on a vinyl that had a shimmer to it and attached to the background graphic. This vinyl gave the glasses more of a 3D special effect. The window display was put up at Hobie Sports in Laguna Beach.
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I wanted to revisit this project that Image Options collaborated with Nike on because of it’s great execution of turning an average retail space into an amazing branded environment.
Prior to the Santa Monica Classic race day – A Nike sponsored event, Nike had Image Options design, produce and install graphics for the shoe department at Sport Chalet in West LA. Graphics consisted of a tension fabric display, adhesive vinyl floor graphic, table mats and table skirts.
Not only was this space transformed into a stimulating and engaging display to encourage the sale of their shoes, but it was at a strategic location that could be seen from the front of the store.
As Wikipedia puts it, “Benefits of a branded environment can include improved brand position and communication, better customer recognition, and differentiation from competitors,” and I believe this definition has been executed nicely by the Nike team.
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Road Runner Sports in San Diego just got a new overhead display at their retail store. This display was designed, built, printed and installed by the Image Option’s team. The exterior and interior laminate was covered with adhesive back vinyl and the edge was finished with brushed aluminum. The Shoe Dog logo was CNC cut gatorfoam that was hand painted.
Nike needed some premium kiosks built for several of their Niketown stores. These interactive kiosks gave participants the opportunity to learn more about Nike soccer. These kiosks were built to display a monitor with a built in camera, computer and cooling fan. The kiosk was wrapped with adhesive backed vinyl printed on our Epson GS6000 printer.
The latest remarkable project from Portraits of Hope is in the works and Image Options is lending a helping hand. Portraits of Hope was developed initially for seriously ill and physically disabled children. They conceive and develop one-of-a-kind motivational art projects that merge the production of dynamic public art works with creative therapy for hospitalized children and civic education for students of all ages. The Portraits of Hope program is aimed at enriching the lives of children and adults, many who may be coping with adversity or serious illness through their participation in creative, educational, high-profile, one-of-a-kind projects.
156 of LA County’s lifeguard towers from Hermosa Beach all the way up to Zuma Beach will be getting a makeover thru Portraits of Hope. For five months, LA’s legendary beach towers will come to life in vivid designs and colors – transforming the nation’s most recognized coastline. The tower artwork will be created on temporary, professionally installed, soft-material, and flex thin-board panels that will be applied onto the outer surface of the tower structure itself. The anticipated start of the 5-month exhibition will be May 1, 2010, and the installation will remain through the end of September 2010.
Image Options received 2,125 sheets of already die cut Coroplast which is about 85,000 square feet of material and 29,400 square feet of vinyl. The Coroplast is printing on their 10ft. wide Vutek QS flatbed printers and the vinyl is prining on their 16ft. wide Vutek 5330. The prints are of outlined patterns that will then be turned over to youngsters and adults who often face medical, physical, or socio-economic challenges to paint.
Check back here later this summer to see photos of these painted panels installed on lifeguard towers throughout LA County’s beaches.
VIEW: Lifeguard Tower Exhibition Part 2