Sculpting school spirit into social-media shape. More and more colleges like Atlanta’s Emory University are using Britten Foam3D signs and sculptures to make back-to-school and donor/alumni events more sharable. Find out how Britten can help turn your mascot, logo, favorite hashtag, or life-size letters into an interactive visual that shouts school pride. Learn more.
Hall of Flowers, California’s leading B2B cannabis tradeshow, returned to Sonoma last month, attracting some 350 brands and nearly 1,000 licensed retail reps. The BoxPop team worked to build (and install) this custom shipping container to help iSpire create an inviting, standout booth space for customers. Learn more about using custom containers for the backbone of your display.
Soho-based developer, KPG Funds, recently purchased the seven-story, Salvation Army building at 132 West 14th Street with plans to redevelop the structure into a boutique-style office structure. To give work crews some privacy and Greenwich Village neighbors something cool to talk about, Britten printed and installed this 90’ ArchitecturalMesh™ mural. Learn more.
Practical homeowners in northern Michigan know where to go when they want to upgrade their homes with the right furniture at the right prices: Great Rooms Furniture and Mattresses in downtown Gaylord. See the work our TruckSkin crew did for owners Brandon and Jessica. Learn more about how this unique and cost-effective system can help you drive more business.
Tradeshows are quickly making their return. And we couldn’t be happier to help businesses like gear manufacturer, Helios, raise their brand to get better noticed. Check out their messaging at AGMA’s Motion + Power Technology Expo, and learn more about how Britten’s exclusive ceiling display systems can help you entice curious customers and get the conversation started.