The aim of this project was to have orientation maps located near the entrance to each of the Stirling Council Cemeteries. All of the cemeteries have a great many plots which are recorded on complex technical drawings held in the Stirling Council offices. The focus of this project was to redraw the plans so they would be much more user friendly looking. Our clear graphics will help visitors to easily find the plot of their passed away relative or friend.
We designed and built low maintenance metal lecterns with insert panels that can be updated as and when cemeteries expand. To make the panels more attractive and add interest we have researched and told the story of each of the cemeteries on their respective panels.
Art is an Option was approached to help highlight the many fantastic places for eating out in and around Stirling. Initially a leaflet was considered, however after some thought it was agreed that an APP would be much more accessible and scale-able vehicle to promote the many diverse cafes, pubs, hotels and restaurants in the Stirling area.
Promoted under the banner of “Great meals out at your fingertips”- The Stirling Food & Drink App includes information on food and drink outlets throughout the Stirling area.
You can search by location, price and food type and view amazing special offers and deals.
This fantastic user friendly App will help visitors and locals check out the huge range of local places to eat and drink.
The Stirling Food & Drink App has been developed by Stirling Council in association with local businesses from the Stirling Food … Read More »
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.