The electronic design company Top Hex has recently won a business sponsorship, and has celebrated the success of their TheatreCom products by decorating their van with a new creative piece of artwork that will turn any head.
Gary Weston, managing Director of Top Hex commented, “I gave Anne and her team a DVD of the images and asked them to produce something colourful and eye catching – she certainly achieved this! I was quite surprised when I saw the first draft I have to say, it looks absolutely brilliant!”
The van was made up of a half wrap emblazoned with the legs of a ballroom dancer, a tap dancer and a ballerina on a stage lit with vivid colours. The idea was to set out a clear message that no matter what style of performance it is, TheatreCom has the right solution.
Anne Hitch, centre owner for Signs Express in Peterborough commented on the project, “Vehicle graphics have come a long way from traditional sign-writing! The client provided us with high quality photographs and we were able to use this as part of a digital print round the side and back of the van. It is always nice to do something a bit different and we all enjoyed working on this project.”
Anne continues, “We take great pride in the application of all our products as it requires much care and precision to ensure the overall appearance is flawless. We have some of the best technology in the printing industry so we’re able to recreate the vibrancy of any image and apply it for a great effect.”
As part of the UK and Ireland’s leading signs and graphics company, Signs Express (Peterborough) provides a complete design, manufacture and installation service for all forms of signage including interior/exterior signs, vehicle graphics, exhibition and display products, window graphics and health and safety signage.