Halifax Vogel Group (HVG Decorative Building Products ) will showcase a motorbike made entirely from display substrates at this month’s Visual Impact Image Expo in Sydney.
Designed as part of an attractive stand to showcase the creative possibilities of HVG’s display substrates range, the bike is constructed using a combination of Dibond aluminium composite material and Re-board engineered flute cardboard.
“We hope visitors to our stand will come away with ideas and inspiration for all their visual display projects,” said Richard Lucas, Business Manager, Graphics, HVG.
The stand will showcase creatively-designed structures and display printed media that demonstrate the features and benefits of their product range. The HVG team will be on hand to offer up-to-date information on the best ways to use each product.
HVG’s Graphics Media division will showcase Re-board alongside other green product offerings for the digital printing, screen printing, display, signage and exhibition industries at Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre on 20-22 September, 2010.
Re-board is an eco-friendly highly durable engineered flute cardboard, recyclable like paper and ideal for point-of-sale stands (POS stands), exhibitions, furniture branding and commercial displays.
The HVG stand at the Sydney Expo will also showcase their broad range of display substrates including Dibond, Dilite, Forex Classic, Forex Print, Forex Smart, Fome-Cor and Gatorfoam as well as the synthetic paper polypropylene films ViewVisi and ViewVisi Eco-Sol, self-adhesive films from 3M and banner media such as Panorama Maestro and SoFlat from Soyang.
SoFlat is an ideal choice for point of sale, retail, exhibition and trade displays, according to Mr Lucas and an exciting addition to their already extensive range of banner media.
HVG will also present a series of display boxes outside the entrance to the show as part of the special product showcase feature of the expo.
Continuing with the vehicular theme, HVG’s box will feature miniature versions of a car wrapped in various graphics media, a mini Re-board chair and mini pull-up using So-Flat.
The Visual Impact Image Expo in Sydney aims to attract more than 7000 attendees from the signage, printing, graphic, display and engraving industries over three days.
Expo-goers can visit HVG Graphics Media at stand H8.