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WFAX Radio Station has used these vertical banners at many local festivals to advertise their Christian programming to local communities. The first one I designed is in the center, and the last time I visited their office in Falls Church, I snapped a photo of the banner set up near the entrance.
I was able to design this exhibit display for By Light Professional IT Services using Adobe Illustrator, including the lens flare from the logo. The bottom is intentionally bare since they planned to set a table in front of it.
When I designed this display for DHS-ICE, the agency was only 3 years old, and this was their first one. I suggested that we use the DHS gray (one of the branding colors) to make the photographs "pop" and added drop shadows behind each photo to create a 3-dimensional effect. They used this display for many years. See the entire set of panels in the next slide.
This shows the panels for the entire display I designed for DHS-ICE in 2004. I had just bought a new Apple Mac Pro, which turned out to be vital to creating the huge files. Skyline Displays, Chantilly, VA, submitted fabric proofs for color correction before final printing and assembly. Each of these panels is 8 feet high, so your imagination is requested.
Large, expensive exhibit displays have been replaced by vertical banners which are so much more easy to transport and easy to set up, like a bottom-to-top roll shade. These two displays came together quickly after STG bought the exact photographs they wanted from iStockPhoto and ShutterStock.
I created this set of vertical displays for a software designed to work with Microsoft Word. I also created a PowerPoint animated slideshow that ran repeatedly at the event. To see it, click here.
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