Now is the perfect time to start designing your 2019 branding and visual communications plan.
To help you evaluate your organisation’s sign and visual graphics needs and inspire exciting new visuals, we look back on the biggest and best comprehensive solutions we featured in 2018.
Oh, what a year!
How do you launch a new concept fitness centre? Make a first and resonating impression with strategic and unique promotional and décor visual graphics that are impossible to ignore and hard to resist.
This star brand enlivened its offices (and employees) with a bright, colourful, motivating new fit out -including think-outside-the-box stainless steel brand-tastic wall plates.
The iconic wax museum launched a Fashion Week experience in Sydney with bright lights and graphics realistic enough to give anyone their very own multi-sensory, catwalk moment. This project featured black vinyl, digital prints, lightboxes, and glamourous decals.
It started out as a series of plans and a vision. Today, Pierside is a waterfront dining and retail destination in Sydney complete with a comprehensive signage solution designed and installed to enhance the area’s overall aesthetic.
An innovative approach and a fresh fit out helped this established brand to attract a new market. SIGNWAVE resourced scratch-resistant, durable substrates on which to print enticing graphics, as well as producing printed light fittings and graphic housing for their digital displays.
Every January, Sydney Festival enlivens and transforms Sydney with a city-wide kaleidoscope of events and performances that draw people of all ages from far and wide. It calls for signage that will draw people into various locations around the city, as well as direct people within the venues – not to mention stand up to harsh summer conditions and a large volume of foot traffic.
Red Cross Blood Service
One in three Australians will need to receive blood in their lifetime, so it’s never been more vital to draw in donors to new premises. SIGNWAVE created custom lightboxes with acrylic lettering and vinyl and digital directory boards for the exterior of these new premises. Inside featured one-way vision for privacy on windows, compelling wall graphics, decals and vinyl lettering.
SIGNWAVE worked with the fit-out team to bring the new Harley Davidson showroom to life with a range of diverse signage, graphics and point of sales displays.
Blue Cross, Peninsula Private Hospital and San Carlo
We collaborated with these high-end aged care and medical facilities to provide functional signage that also took into consideration the sensitivities and incapacities of residents and patients. Featuring creative wayfinding solutions, privacy frosting, statutory signs and stand-out branding.
SIGNWAVE devised a colour-coded wayfinding solution for two buildings with one street address for this healthcare centre’s Brisbane patients to ensure people got to where they needed to be with as little confusion and inconvenience as possible.