I have never seen an ad, story, or commercial related to “we make menu signs”. Nor have I talked to anyone that said “I design menus”, or “We just make a lot of menus, it’s really boring.”
I’ve posted about this beautiful new TV set design before. However, when I was scanning through old images of mine I found something that made it worth posting again: The before picture.
These images are from a recent install at a museum in Charlotte, NC. Who builds custom display cases? We love doing it, so give us a call.
The neon-motorcycle-televisions (a combination sure to win any American’s heart) display was designed by ITEC, and built by Gelbach Designs.
Yesterday we had two TV set designs leave the shop. We were sad to see them go, but the clients are always happier this way.
The following is a design question regarding TV set design. Specifically, what we consider when creating our news desks.
Whether it is on a green screen, large monitor, or printed fabric– virtual studio sets are on the rise. There is a large contingent of small broadcasters that don’t have the budget for huge fabricated backdrops in their studio (or the space). That is where virtual studio sets come in.
Kathy is working diligently on the props for Billy Graham museum’s old roll-top desk area. Miles away, Mr. Flowe is preparing to move. “God, what will I do with my Telex machine?”
We just finished designing and building a news / broadcast desk for Buffalo Wild Wings. This desk will travel from location to location for live broadcasts. Please click on the image to view it full size.
Light Signs. I mean that in two ways… easy to carry and lit bright. Check out this display we made for a tight budgeted trade show.