Many Young Adult Carers have been caring for disabled/infirm relatives for a significant period of their childhood. They have made considerable sacrifices in their lives, which ultimately hinders their own personal and career development.
Carers Trust and ACE Recycling have been working together to raise funds for this worthwhile cause. As our small contribution to we have designed the for CARERS logo along with 2 pull-up banners to promote and help raise funds for this worthwhile charity. The pull-up banners feature the Jelly Beans for Carers campaign, where people try to guess how many jelly beans are in the jar. Pull-up banners of are an excellent and easily portable way to bring a clear message to the public.
We capitalized on Chivas Brothers very strong branding and product photography to produce artwork to showcase Tia Maria, Teacher’s, Ballantine’s, Beefeater and Laphroaig to display on the walls of the Leven Room.
Down lighting wasn’t available so the panels were produced on effervescent photographic paper and presented within custom built beech edging to match the finish in the rest of the Conference Room.
Here the Coronation of Mary Queen of Scots’ son James 6th King of Scots took place in 1567. So this unique church combines an extremely rich history but is also still used by an active congregation for worship.
We produced a series of quality lecterns to tell the story of the Church of the Holy Rude. The lecterns sensitively worked with the church and were also designed to be moved if required from time to time.
Glenburgie Distillery was founded in 1810. In 2004 an entire new building was opened adjacent to the old distillery. The new distillery is a state of the art facility capable of producing the historic taste of this wonderful malt whisky in a 21st century working environment. This new ergonomic building has a single working platform and central control workstation. Clear visibility is a key feature of the interior design so when Art is an Option were asked to design and build an exhibition on the main working area of the distillery we felt it was essential we complemented these values in our design.
We elected to use one of the stylish Fairfield Display Systems which combine a quality look along within a flexible frame work so the exhibition would inform and enrich this working environment without hindering movement around the working … Read More »
Allied Distillers / Chivas wanted their Dumbarton offices to show-case their impressive portfolio of brands including; Ballantine’s, Teacher’s and Laphroaig. Drawing from their impressive product photography Art is an Option branded the main public areas of the Kilmalid Facility at Dumbarton. Large vertical banners were hung in the buildings impressive atrium, while subtle branding was used on the central glass lift. The brand identities were used tastefully throughout the building to build the brand experience without compromising the inherent quality. A pop-up moveable display was created to be used when appropriate in the reception area.
For the last four years Art is an Option have designed and set up Central Scotland’s stand at the Annual Visit Scotland Expo. The Central Scotland’s portion of the exhibition incorporates the Stirling and Clackmannanshire Council areas including; Deanston Distillery, Blairdrummond Safari Park, Loch Katrine Experience, the Wallace Monument to mention a few. Our goal was to use strong graphics and photography to promote the wider Stirling area as a holiday destination. We devised the exhibition as a modular system of Exhibition Banners produced in the high resolution hydrasol material with crystal laminate. Each banner is 950mm x 2340mm and are set into the Visit Scotland’s “Shell System”, the entire graphics created a wall of images extending for an impressive 32 metres.
Glass at the Glass works was organised by Clackmannanshire Council Museum Services. This four week exhibition was held in OI (Previously United Glass) to present the history of glass and also celebrate its contemporary uses.
Art is an Option worked closely with Museum Services to plan the exhibition space and produce all the graphics for the exhibition. Part of the challenge and the reward was locating the glass artefacts to make best use of natural and artificial lighting while still making sure the space engaged with and informed visitors.
Large display posters and leaflets were widely distributed to ensure the exhibition was well attended and enjoyed my many.
Art is an Option has a long standing relationship with Barum & Dewar who are a global solutions and packaging company. This specific project was to help promote their very high end protective packaging. Barum & Dewar specialize in packaging where the absolute safety of a product which is to be transported is paramount. Our designs had to both articulate and reflect their uncompromising pursuit of quality, allied with the highest standards of delivery. This complex but temporary exhibition is used at trade shows to promote Barum & Dewar, Art is an Option designed the graphics and collaborated with Bray Leino who did the manufacture and fitting.