10 BIG trends from Exhibitor 2014: #3 Large fabric graphics

Posted on Apr 22, 2014 in Events, nOvations
10 BIG trends from Exhibitor 2014: #3 Large fabric graphics

Nichols always keeps up-to-date on the latest trends in design and manufacturing of trade show exhibits to help our customers get the best the industry has to offer. On our recent trip to the 2014 Exhibitor Show we observed 10 key trends that will help you stay ahead of the curve with your next exhibit. This is the third in a series of posts examining those trends, and giving you tips on how you can make use of them.

Trend #3: Large fabric graphics for a big impact. Trade show graphics ideas.

Fabric has been in the spotlight for many years as an easy, cost-effective alternative to hardwall architecture. This year, however, we saw a shift in trade show graphics ideas as fabric graphics have really come into their own as a premium finish. Here are some ways to make fabric graphics work for you:

  • The emphasis was on LARGE graphics – see the example photos above to see what stood out at the show.
  • Stretch large fabric graphics across portable, lightweight structures that can be configured to meet multiple needs.
  • Illuminate your graphics either from inside (as with a Nichols nLite) or from the outside to really make the message pop.

Now more than ever, large fabric graphics are a great way to make a big impact without the big costs. For even better value, the underlying structure can be reconfigured for multiple uses to get the most out of your trade show budget.

When you’re ready to find out more about the beauty, durability, and design options with large fabric graphics, and to explore trade show graphics ideas that will fit your needs, contact us at  www.gonichols.com/contact.

Team Nichols

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In our next post, learn more about the use of technology to draw a crowd.

Thanks for reading our 10 key trends series. If you missed any of the posts you can check them out on our blog, or click here to download our FREE eBook with all 10 key trends from Exhibitor 2014.