Klose’s Foodland group based in the Adelaide Hills has four thriving supermarkets in Woodside, Littlehampton, Balhannah and Lobethal that all required new supermarket signs as a key part of their new look.Read more
PB Visual Communications applied years of experience and skill in supplying a unique building façade concept for leading Melbourne building development company, Cobild.
The creative graphic images were directly printed onto 3mm thick perforated aluminium panels to create an eye-catching element that will retain it’s look over time at The Legacy Apartments, Nicholson Street Footscray.
PB Visual Communications delivered this project through the following process:
· Apply a powder-coated base to both sides of the perforated panels
· Digitally print theRead more
When moving into an established building it’s important to make it your own and project your brand from the get-go.
Yumbah Aquaculture cultivate abalone at farms around Australia and recently migrated processing to a central facility in Wingfield.
PB Visual were given the task of refreshing a long-vacant building and enhancing Yumbah’s brand and visibility. This project incorporated a range of techniques and design elements.
A consistent brand flows from the street and into the reception area with matching signage and colors.
The existing street sign was refreshed with aRead more
PB Visual Communications recently designed and manufactured a new branding statement for VIP’s head office facing the main road from Adelaide Airport.
This 3D sign is sure to have a major impact as it is installed on a concrete structure in the garden bed facing the traffic lights. The dark green base of the sign and the light green flower elements are made from 50mm thick solid acrylic painted using 2 pack automotive paints with a clear coating. The white (V.I.P.) letters are laser cut 10mm thick, rebated into the 50mmRead more
Retail signs need clear and concise communication to draw customers in and encourage sales.
It’s critical to balance having the right message, directing people to the right areas of the shop and maintaining brand consistency.
PB Visual Communications have compiled a list of five of the most common mistakes designers make:
1. TOO MUCH INFORMATION or ‘clutter’ – Shoppers need to be able to digest a message within seconds so any signage must be clear and concise. Great retail signs will grab attention and encourage actionRead more
Council regulations can be challenging, but more engagement with community leads to better outcomes for all
Delivering signage to balance council regulations and the needs and wants of a client can be challenging for some. However, PB Visual showed that with a considered and broad-thinking approach, the benefit of great signage extends to the wider community.
Leading Mortgage broker and Licensed financial planner Robert Kent engaged PB Visual Communications to give their new offices prominence at Commercial Road Salisbury north of Adelaide.
The brief was to gain maximum exposure and impact while workingRead more
Standing out in a busy retail precinct isn’t easy for food service outlets but it can be achieved with strategic use of quality design and textured materials.
PB Visual were given the task of supplying and installing quality digitally printed graphics to two McDonald’s restaurants in Adelaide to complement major renovations.Read more
PB Visual’s event and display versatility was put on show at the 2016 Test Cricket match between Australia and South Africa at Adelaide Oval.Read more