Beauty permeates every aspect of human existence—this is an idea that was brought to life by Canadian digital print service provider Multigraphics and luxury residential and mixed-use real estate development company Westbank in their $1 million #FightForBeauty exhibit.
When discussing the feasibility of repurposing Midas’ existing pylon sign, Lululemon was adamant about maintaining its current brand standards, which challenged TDH Experiential Fabricators to find the balance between the old and the new.
In 2015, Ikea Canada went out for bid in search for a professional sign company that understood the importance of maintaining and standardizing their signage products. Montreal Neon Signs, Sign Media Canada’s 2018 Signmaker of the Year for the Quebec region, was invited to demonstrate its capabilities.
In August 2017, Adidas Originals in Toronto’s trendy Queen Street West neighbourhood re-opened its doors following a significant renovation project. The location was the brand’s first ‘neighbourhood concept’ store to open in Canada—a boutique with a design containing distinct elements reminiscent of the area it is located in.