Today we shipped a broadcast multimedia studio set for Monroe, NJ. Icluding news desk, riser, solid and free placement walls, graphics, and more.
Yesterday we struck (took down and packed up) the exhibit we designed and built for Carolina’s Medical Center. It was at a show comprised of different branches of Carolina’s Healthcare System.
Looking for broadcast studio furniture? Look no further. Whether you are a designer looking for inspiration, or someone looking for a new broadcast studio set, you’re in the right place.
Gelbach Designs has been providing design and fabrication services for over 25 years. From small pop-up displays to intricate television studio backdrops and scenery, we have the visual solution your company needs.
12 RSS icons with the same 3d blocky glass theme, released to the public domain. These Icons are in the .png (portable network graphics) format, and have perfect transparency that can be used on any background. They are well suited as a more impressive image to click for RSS subscription.
The charismatic ladies of CHS came by the shop today to select which images will be used for their trade show booth. The booth will be set up at the Metrolina Fairgrounds on August 18th. An image of the selected prints is below.
large backlit television studio set piece that Gelbach Designs fabricated. We got this shot on the way out of the building. The trees behind the trees was unplanned pure luck.
We still cannot comment on the majority of the work we are doing right now, at that client’s request. However, like an oasis in the desert, this recent client has made no such request. So, we get to show off our work on fabricating this beautiful display. The display was designed by Barry Baker, and…
We just finished some sign work for Goodwill that was designed by April Brooks Morris. They were department-area signs for a Goodwill branch in Concord, NC.
We are currently working with a very high profile client. We would have many great images to show you here, but they request nothing of it be added to our website.
So, to make up for how boring the post is, i’ll show you a simple way to make a rose with ascii (keyboard) characters.
I took a day yesterday to get all our color calibrations back to where they need to be. In addition to this, I managed to create a calibration for a couple of our medias that will allow us print much faster.
What is color calibration, you ask?