Exhibition organisers won’t let you stick Velcro or tape to the shell scheme framework unless you want to risk a hefty fine. So how do you go about creating a stand out graphic backdrop for your shell scheme? We’ve rounded up the most simple and effective ways to decorate a blank shell scheme stand space with vibrant exhibition graphics.
1. Fabric Graphics with Shell Clad Clips
Full size fabric graphics are a great way to cover shell scheme walls. You can fix these to the shell scheme using shell clad clips that slot directly into the aluminum framework. The clips are covered with Velcro which you can then fix your graphics to. Fabric graphics and shell clad clips are a quick, simple and lightweight solution for seamless shell scheme exhibition graphics. Whether your shell scheme is 2m wide or 6 we can supply the graphics to fit. They are easy to transport and store too.
2. Rollable Graphics with Shell Clad Clips
Using rollable graphic panels which fix to the shell scheme with shell clad clips creates a great modular shell scheme backdrop without losing any floor space. These graphic panels can be rolled up and stored in graphic drums for easy storage and transportation. Super high definition print creates a really sharp graphic backdrop to any shell scheme.
3. Foamex Graphics with Spacer Blocks
Foamex panels are cost effective solution to create a seamless graphic backdrop on your shell scheme. The panels which are approximately 1m wide and 2.4 metres high can either be fixed to the shell scheme using shell clad clips or by fixing wooden spacer blocks to the shells scheme panels with xxx. However, due to the size of the rigid graphic panels, transporting the graphics to and from your exhibition or event will be difficult without a van.
4. Freestanding Flexible Display
A freestanding display works really well in an exhibition shell scheme. Look for a system that stands close to the shell scheme walls so that precious floor space isn’t wasted. Check out our MagX display system designed specifically for this. You won’t need to purchase shell clad clips to attach the graphics to the shell scheme as they are freestanding. These systems flex and adapt to any sized space so work really well when different sized stand spaces are booked at different exhibitions and events.
5. Pop Ups and Roller Banners
The simplest solution for displaying graphics in a shell scheme will always be roller banners and pop ups. Roller banners are fast to assemble and create an instant display but they are limited by size. Pop up banners create much larger cost-effective graphic displays. The pop up display lattice framework achieves a stable display but at the expense of losing valuable floor space. Counters can be added to create a customer facing space for client communication, product sampling or platform for laptops or tablets.
Now that you know your shell scheme exhibition graphic options you’re ready to design your display to stand out from the crowd!