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.
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.
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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.
We recently received a call from a financial institution that needed a tv set design for internal broadcast.
We’re used to this. However, this one had a spicy requirement. The set had to be done and installed in 48 hours.
Recently we completed setting up and dismantling (known as ‘striking a set’ in the industry) the Bronko Nagurski award dinner.
The video wall is comprised of nine 42″ LCD screens. This makes for a great faux-window to give…
Another small sign job recently completed for Discovery Place by Gelbach Designs. Discovery Place’s team designed the sign, and Shannon Russell completed fabrication and installation.
Yesterday we installed the last of hundreds of brochure racks made custom for CHS. These last 4 were installed in a CMC hospital under construction in the Steele Creek area.