NEW LOOK BONMARCHE

NEW LOOK BONMARCHE HITS THE HIGH STREETS

We’re working with Bonmarche to create refreshing new looks instore. Enhancing the customer journey, featuring a whole new range of creative designs for our manufacturing departments to produce for a new VM treatment.

Our creative and development teams were given the brief from Bonmarche to review and develop several key areas of their stores visual merchandising treatments, to create a fresh and exciting new look to their stores in line with customer expectations, and the need to continuously regenerate the high street store concepts to today’s shopper.

The team created several new elements for the stores to provide the required concepts. This led to the production of in-store high-level internal displays for their Lingerie departments, cash desk, refreshed treatments which included printing of store specific historical pictures and frames together with the design, production and delivery of internal fixture units and display tables which were all produced in-house.

Our installation teams were coordinated throughout the country to undertake a full store implementation process of all key elements, giving the Bonmarche stores the new look required, with more elements coming soon.

“With today’s shopper and their new shopping journeys, it’s becoming more important than ever to optimise a shopper’s visit to store or site.”



Santa comes to 3D life!

T.M Projects – ROYAL MAIL POSTBOX SANTA

Santa comes to (larger than) life in 3D!

Royal Mail installs its first-ever special Santa postbox! We designed and created this larger than life full 3D sculpted and painted Santa for T.M. Projects to help Royal Mail launch their ‘Letter to Santa’ campaign.

The initial brief from our client was to create a large, fun and jolly Santa Claus that would encapsulate the Christmas Spirit with a letter to Santa for children to be able to post, combining a fantastic focal point for the client to promote  #rmlettertoSanta within the Westfield’s Shopping Centre Stratford, London.

Our creative team worked closely with the client to deliver the feel and style that would produce the perfect look to the finished piece.

Concept 2D visuals were developed, with the team then creating a hand-sculpted clay model of Santa which we scanned utilising our in-house scanner facility.

Once scanned, the files were transferred through to our milling machine, which made light work of recreating the initial concept.

The raw material was taken by our talented Sculptures who produced some stunning work to complete a magnificent Santa adding fantastic paint detail, showcasing our 3D departments’ substantial talent.

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“Great Work! Santa looks amazing”


Royal Mail Group


HIGH IMPACT DENIM

HIGH IMPACT DENIM DEPARTMENT INTRODUCED INTO THE DIESEL FAMILY

Create the interest and set the scene…

Display Logic worked closely with the Diesel and its Visual Merchandising department to aid in the development, creation and manufacture, together with the printing, of several Diesel Campaigns. These designs saw a full cross section of our in-house services being utilised to create stunning effects, from joinery and CNC timber constructions; spray shop finishes to create many different textures and effects; large format printing and signage requirements, together with the introduction of large individual letters.

“Behind every window there’s a single motivation – sales. So it’s got to be exciting and inspirational for the customer. It’s a kind of theatre, and ideas come from everywhere.”



THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX!

THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX FOR GAP!

Our creative solutions for GAP’s Shoreditch Box Park store provide an unusual urban retail space that just goes from strength to strength.

Gap approached us with visual ideas for a new concept for us to fully manufacture alongside the designing and production of a selection of new fixtures & fittings for their Box Park boutique store.

This exciting project came with a short lead time and required all elements to be designed, manufactured and installed over a two-week time frame, with stunning results.

All of the fixtures were produced from solid maple timber that consists of 5 x 8 metre walls of fixturing. The concept really did see a move away from the laid back, casual style to a more trendy east end look.

“This is the essence of good pop-up retailing”


Retail Week


GAP IN MILAN COFFEE POP UP

GAP – LIVING THE AMERICAN DREAM

Gap partnered with The California Bakery and popped-up for a coffee at Milan’s EXPO. Display Logic worked in conjunction with THE AMERICAN DREAM CAFÉ,  the sponsors of the Milan EXPO and suppliers of all Food & Beverages to the event, to bring a little bit of the outdoors in, creating a retro-themed pop-up coffee shop that included our team creating the design concept for this one off special Pop-up store for the Milan Flagship Store.

Display Logic worked with GAP on the manufacturing, drawings, specifications and materials. All elements of the design were produced from real maple wood veneer MDF which looked stunning, with the laser etched detail within the design. Metal trays were inserted to house an array of plants and crops to enhance the design. The Milan Pop Up shop was installed by our skilled installation team, with the café onsite within the flagship unit for three months to fantastic reviews.


LONDON LEVI’S GIVE & SHINE

LONDON LEVI’S GIVE & SHINE

Our 3D section came to life, creating these unique window and instore bespoke display words for Levi’s flagship store in London.

Our client’s brief was to create a window concept which would give depth and style to the Levi brand, showing the product in modern rustic style. We created large 3D corrugated board letters, Zund cut-to-shape and bonded together; cotton fabric applied to the front and back surfaces, then the edges frayed to create the worn look. Suspension fixings’ inserts were used to aid with the installation by our team.

Our team of joiners produced all the prop elements throughout the key area of the display and the store with individual prints applied throughout the store concept, which complemented the overall feel. Window vinyls were sited to maximise the 3D effect, drawing the customer on to their journey into the store and around the key touching points of the store.

“Design thinking is a smart business practice – there is a huge interest in applying ‘designerly’ behaviours to a range of challenges beyond the obvious areas of product and service information.”