With facilities in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra and affiliations worldwide, Flash Photobition is part of a growing global network.
November 21st, 2008
Since its establishment in 1986, the company has been providing innovative graphic solutions for an extensive array of purposes, including corporate and retail fit-outs, trade shows, exhibitions and museums. Flash Photobition offers personalised design and artwork services combined with technical knowledge to produce high-quality graphics for a wide range of creative applications. By using photographs, illustrations and corporate logos, Flash will help you to create a space full of personality.
PhotoGlassô, Custom Wallpaper, Ecotextô, Tufflineô, Lightwallsô and Custom Fabric.
Commercial, hospitality, retail and residential.
The Ecotextô product contains 95% less PVC than normal banner vinyl material and contains less than 3% chlorine. The Tufflineô ranges only require the replacement of graphics content, reducing landfill and the use of PVC and foam boards.
Rugby World Cup, NSW;Powerhouse Museum, NSW;Commonwealth Games, Vic and National Gallery, ACT.
A personalised design and artwork service for customised graphics. This service includes research, development and prototyping for new concepts through to project management. Flash Photobitionís electronic job- management system ensures all jobs are tracked at all stages of production to ensure projects are delivered to schedule.
10-12 working days for production of mid-sized interior design projects, excluding design time if required beforehand and installation time afterwards if desired. All projects are customised, so customers should check with Flash Photobition at the outset to ensure an accurate time estimate for each project.
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