Splash Display designed this dynamic looking FSDU to emulate the theme of an outdoor gig. Created from steel tube and wire it also features eye-catching fluorescent acrylic and high definition graphics to really grab attention. The unit houses a media player and speakers.
The hi-tech display reaches out to the top quality DJs who expect the cutting edge technology delivered by Denon DJ.
Our client DK Brands got in touch, looking for free-standing display units for their Cole & Mason seasoning equipment. Cole & Mason are a premium product requiring a premium quality FSDU to fit their brand image.
Splash Display created these units using a stained ash veneer.
The dark acrylic and wood finish ties in beautifully with the traditional, high quality appeal of the Cole & Mason brand image.
We created an economical, aesthetically elegant design to allow the high quality products to really stand out. The FSDUs are created from steel and acrylic and give the impression of floating shelves. The units were created in black and white.
"We have worked with Splash Display for a number of years for a range of display stands. Their work is of high quality and the design process was seamless resulting in a stand that is robust and elegant." Philip Sharp Brand Director Affinage Salon Professional.
One of our favourite clients Marshall Amps commissioned Splash Display to create their FSDUs for their Origin product.
The new large format FSDUs are created from steel and acrylic and feature a very sophisticated display to reflect the high quality, market leading product. The FSDU units are illuminated with low voltage LED lights and the upright section uses full colour graphics.
Just under 50 units were manufactured and distributed to retailers in Europe and the UK.
To discuss your FSDU requirements please contact us.
Hamilton Litestat are manufacturers of high-end electrical accessories for use in domestic and commercial environments. This innovative new product has USB chargers on either side of the twin socket.
Splash were required to make a very quick turnaround of 80 display units to go in Denmans (the electrical suppliers) stores up and down the country. The completed counter-top display unit is made of acrylic and has full-colour digitally printed graphics all over.
We were very excited to be part of the crew at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton. Fender took over the Patterns venue with their stage showcasing the best in new music.
Splash Display delivered a number of projects for the festival including building the drum riser on the stage, the window graphics (bespoke to fit the beautiful arched windows), a number of stretched canvas prints for the VIP room and some huge banners for the front of the building.
16 artists took to the Fender stage including Johnny Marr, Declan McKenna, Sam Fender and Nothing But Thieves.
Head over to Fender social channels if you couldn’t make it or just want to check out videos from their stage to relive the best of the action. You can find their YouTube channel here.
Splash Display were commissioned to create permanent FSDUs for marine suppliers Bainbridge Marine.
The FSDU is a tubular unit made in card, acrylic and PVC with full colour printed graphic wrap running around its central section. The gloss white acrylic gives it a clean look and it has a sturdy matrix of holes and tubular slots to support the wide range of carbon fibre sail battens produced by Bainbridge.
These FSDU were distributed to chandleries across the UK and Europe.
Arturia, founded in Grenoble, France in 1999, are a music software and hardware company. They came to Splash Display looking for contemporary signage to complement their innovative, cutting-edge musical instruments and software.
We designed and produced a range of signs using LED logo light panels.
Over 200 signs were produced and will be displayed in music stores worldwide, at the hub of the Arturia products. The signs can either be fixed to the wall, or ceiling hung.
Michel Nassar from Arturia had this to say, "Working with Splash was great, Stewart is a great and friendly guy, speed and precision is great!"
We're looking forward to more projects in the future!
Splash Display are delighted to have contributed to a project run by three University of Chichester students, Annie Simpson, Rachael Beaumont, Tamara Whittick. Back in September 2017 they had been assigned a project called ‘Making Change Happen’ in which they needed to make a positive change for primary school children.
They were tasked with renovating the outdoor area of primary school called Front Lawn Primary Academy in Havant. "We wanted to make this area an exciting, educational experience where the children are enthused to participate in outdoor learning," explained Annie Simpson.
"This pond area was severely overgrown and unused for 7 years. Over the last 7 months we have sought donations from the local community, fundraised in school and have put in numerous hours of hard labour to make our vision a reality. We are so pleased and thankful that Splash Display were able support us on our journey and provide life cycle acrylics, which will not only motivate the children to understand the world but provide an interact resource linking to the science national curriculum."
Splash Display created a collection of acrylic discs with full-colour printed graphics on, which could be used around the school pond, to help children identify creatures and understand the different stages of their life cycles.
Annie had this to say, "I just wanted to say a massive thank you again for creating out wonderful life cycle acrylics, they look absolutely fantastic! We can’t wait for the children to see them tomorrow!"