This holiday season, we’ve helped major retailers in New York City deck out their windows and stores. To get an idea of what we can do for you, come window shop with us, and take a tour of our latest custom installations!
Macy’s 34th Street
No NYC shopping tour would be complete without a trip to our Macy’s Windows. We have been creating bold graphics for the famous Macy’s Holiday windows for years. Working with The Spark Group, we created an entire new visual world through the glass, and produced a fun, full color, 3 dimensional city. Our expert staff created and installed the graphics in just a few shopping days, and the vibrant windows came to life. Crowds are lining up outside the store day and night to view our display, a true marketing miracle on 34th street.
Lacoste Fifth Avenue
The next stop on our retail holiday tour is Lacoste Fifth Avenue. At the world famous Lacoste flagship store on 5th Avenue, we produced unique graphics for M Crown Productions to attract shoppers. With our state-of-the art technology we were able to expertly recreate the legendary logo shape. Using gold and white vinyl adhesive Enhance a Colour installed the graphics inside and outside the store and windows. Fifth Avenue shoppers clearly recognized the brand, and millions of visitors stop to shop.
Nintendo Rockefeller Center
Rockefeller Center in New York City is an attraction for holiday crowds from all over the world. Nintendo wanted to dazzle the throngs of shoppers in a big way. Working with Tangram, we gave it our all. As the leader in the production of scenic displays for retail stores, we have the cutting edge technology and expertise to create amazing graphics on a huge selection of surfaces, in enormous sizes like audiences have never seen before. For Nintendo, we produced a variety of custom printed fabrics and materials, in stunning colors and details. We created cool custom adhesive vinyls, eye-catching printed PVC, attention getting dye-sublimated printed carpeting and more. We also laser die-cut materials in the most intricate of fun gaming shapes, and created 50 ft. backdrops to hang on the second story window to impress crowds outside. The entire scene won over Nintendo shoppers, and helped sales score very high.
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