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Contemporary Exhibit Design No. 2 Pegler, Martin M. 1 of 1
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 1584711035
ISBN-13: 9781584711032
Sku: 202582982
Publish Date: 3/1/2006
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 11.25H x 8.75L x 1T
Pages:  176
Age Range:  NA
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Contemporary Exhibit Design No. 2 presents more than 200 full-color photographs of the work of top exhibit designers, selected from trade show venues across the country and around the world. The most innovative, eye-catching exhibits of clothing, cars, computers and electronics, entertainment, insurance, and many other goods and services are shown a range of sizes. Both exteriors and interiors are featured, with special focus on showing how signage, color, light, animation, and decorative props contribute to impact and appeal.
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Contemporary Exhibit Design No. 2 features over 80 unique and diverse exhibits brought to life in over 250 beautifully-reproduced color photos. These exhibits reflect the best work of top exhibit designers. Many are prize-winning exhibits selected from trade show venues from across the U.S. and around the world.|The book is organized by exhibit square footage commencing with 300 sq. ft and graduating up to 45,000 sq. ft. The exhibits are represent a plethora of industries running the gamut of clothing, sporting goods, automobiles, computers and electronics, home and building supplies, entertainment, insurance, banking, and many others.|Whenever possible, exteriors and interiors are presented to ensure the reader appreciates the design and space utilization ... and can see how these specialized designers have used signage, color, lights, animation and decorative props to make their exhibits "shopper-stoppers" in the world of Show and Sell.|Also included is a section on exhibits that appear in museums and corporate offices/headquarters where the main thrust is not to "sell" a product but to provide information, knowledge or background material that will eventually lead tobetter brand acceptance. Showcased are installations in museums, corporate offices, and "good will" examples by company's taking advantage of some moment in time or local event.
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