This is a Point of Sale Stand we produced for Universal Store. Made from laser cut black mdf with a laser etched logo on the front. The back piece is printed onto some thick x-board and mounted into the back of the stand.
Well it is that time of year again and what better way to celebrate than producing some laser cut christmas cards. This is a job we did for River City Solutions in Brisbane. We designed, Printed and Laser cut these custom cards for them to send out to their clients. The layering turned out great and the intricate detail that we can get from our laser is always amazing.
The guys were stoked with the final product and so were we!
Here is another job for the guys at Rhythm. We did some laser etched wooden blocks and some self adhesive re-usable stickers to use as point of sale pieces in the new pop-up shop they have in Manly, Sydney. The pieces turned out great and the guys were stoked.
For more info on their new Pop-Up store in conjunction with The Shop Next Door….Head over HERE!
We do a bit of Point of Sale Promo stuff for the guys over at Movie World, but recently they wanted to do something a bit different.
So here it is, a 2 layered Laser Cut 3D Point of Purchase Standee. Quite a simple concept, with a really effective and eye catching result!
We also produced some Laser Cut Standees for Sea World Cruises.
We recently printed the Sassy Survivors 2012 Calendar.
Everyone here at Potato Press were stoked to be involved with the lovely Ladies from Sassy Survivors and were glad to help out for such a great cause.
The Calendar itself is Great. Beautiful pics by Gold Coast Pinup Photography.
Do yourself a favour and get yourself one of these sassy calendars and help support these amazing women.
You can purchase them at the Sassy Survivors EBAY site HERE OR Drop the girls a line on the Sassy Survivors Facebook HERE.
Here are a couple of shots of the catalogue…
Here is a clip of a recent project we were involved in.
It is a human iPhone suit. It was part of the new Australian Good Food and Travel Guide (AGFG) iPhone App Promotion.
We created the front screen and back of the iPhone, using 6mm laser cut acrylic and digital print.
The suit was then fitted with a working flatscreen T.V. inside, which had to be run by a Car Battery.
Needless to say, the suit was quite heavy. We are currently helping to find a lighter alternative.
Check out the clip below.