Portable outdoor displays for St. Modwen photo competition

Stylish portable graphic displays have been installed outside the head office of St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, by Kyoti Graphics, a Shropshire signage and display specialist. The displays were designed to complement the creative images of St. Modwen’s national schools photography competition named “Making Places”, as part of a temporary outdoor exhibition in Longbridge.

The bespoke triangular displays are produced from formed steel and powder coated in a colour to match the St. Modwen brand. The displays are portable and are secured safely in their temporary location by weighted boxes to ensure they can withstand variable British weather, as well as ensure their stability in this public environment in front of the Park Point building.

Each of the four displays incorporates three graphics at eye-level, and are designed to “capture how a new generation sees regeneration and the places and communities in which they live”, states Emily Boswell, St. Modwen PR and Marketing Manager. The images include abstract architectural features, construction furniture and nature, as well as the students themselves, and are printed on an aluminium composite board specifically designed for outdoor situations.

Rob Evans is delighted with the displays and stated, “Kyoti Graphics loves projects which call for the design of customised displays to fulfil a client’s brief, especially those which combine corporate support for creative student’s work, and then see the project through to its final installation.”

Additional information on St. Modwen’s photo competition can be found here.

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