Specialists in large format graphics, Bravo Print’s fabrics produce dramatic results.
July 30th, 2010
Bravo Print are specialists in large format graphics on fabric, and have been working for over 20 years to deliver high quality, bespoke graphics suitable for special events, displays, advertising and for use in interior design projects from commercial and domestic, to retail and hospitality.
“Bravo have been instrumental in developing digital imagery into an environmental statements rather than just imagery alone,” says Amanda Henderson, Director of Gloss Creative – a visual house dedicated to custom-made environments who have a strong collaborative relationship with Bravo Print.
“Sometimes you come across a supplier who is so capable in delivering your designs, that the next time you design you automatically imagine new and innovative ways to use their product,” says Henderson.
“You can think up designs that push boundaries simply because you know that your supplier has become a collaborator and you know that they will come with you along the journey.”
The vibrant range of events and environments that Bravo Print has collaborated on with Gloss Creative is testament to the quality and service provided.
At the Dom Pérignon private dining room at Shannon Bennett’s Vue de monde restaurant, Bravo Print were commissioned to precisely print onto silk twill curtains that became a backdrop to the room.
At a Sony function Uchi Garry Heery’s exquisite flower imagery was printed onto German voile, which was then used to create a set-like environment to showcase latest digital applied technologies.
And, at Care Australia’s 21st Birthday fundraising dinner, black and white imagery was printed onto semi-sheer fabric that was then stretched onto frames hung from the ceiling and lit – an installation that acted as both an atmospheric and environmental gesture as well as subtly informing the guests of Care Australia’s activities and work.
“From the moment we met Bravo we got the feeling that anything was possible,” says Henderson.
And, from the range of events that Bravo Print have worked on with Gloss Creative, it would seem that anything is, indeed, possible.
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