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FABnews January 2017

International Convention Centre Sydney is open for business
And FABframe is all over it!

We’re delighted that the ICC has opened and the venue is fabulous!

With two major exhibitions opening on 20th December 2016, we’re sure Sydney-siders are just as happy as we are to have a world class entertainment, convention and exhibition precinct right in the midst of our city.

FABframe is featured in the directional signage within the precinct, with specifically engineered structures designed to withstand weather. The frames are forklifted into place and are weighted to hold up in the wind. The FABrepel fabric is water resistant, so repels water and holds up in the rain.

As with all FABframe, the skins can be quickly and easily replaced to reflect the needs of the Centre.

Next time you’re in Sydney, make sure you check out the precinct!

Hunger Games at ICC
It was great to be part of the first event at Sydney’s International Convention Centre, with FABframe setting the mood and creating the scene for the Hunger Games exhibition.

We supplied directional signage, pillar and wall wraps, entry structures, media wall, huge, suspended graphics and even floor decals.

Rather than using window decals, we used double sided FABframe to sit within the dividers. This solution not only allowed a different image to be displayed on either side, but it also offers quick and easy installation and removal.

Brickman Wonders of the World Exhibition at ICC

Things have changed from the days when Lego was simple and signs were painted or hung. Today, Lego is used to re-create the Wonders of the World in incredible masterpieces and signage is printed, wrapped, hung, mounted and framed.

Brickman has it all at ICC and FABframe helped promote the event with directional signage and pillar wraps.

It’s still on, so if you’re a Lego fan and you’re in Sydney, go check it out.

Coleman Group Announcement

We’d like to update you on some very exciting news at Coleman Group.

As of December 1st 2016, Glenn Coleman and Rod Peter have purchased Coleman Group Pty Ltd from Mitchell Communication Group.

We’re very excited about what this means for the company as well as our customers, and you should be seeing some positive changes in the near future.

Glenn’s role as MD will continue with a focus on strategy, capital expenditure on equipment, finance and future investments.

Rod’s role will expand to become GM utilising his skills driving the company’s system improvement, efficiencies, team integration with a renewed focus on driving Sales and new Business development.

Over coming months the business will benefit from an increase in capital expenditure, with major equipment upgrades to ‘state of the art’ printing technology delivering even better solutions to our clients.

Investment also to be made in a new industry specific software system providing improvement in estimating procedures and production flow, with the goal of delivering better outcomes more efficiently for our clients.

We’re looking forward to making lots of positive changes over coming months to improve customer service, support, and continued enhancement of your signage requirements.

These are exciting times for us and we look forward to sharing these improvements with you as they develop.

Please stay tuned for more news.

We thank you for your continued business and welcome your feedback.

Glenn Coleman
Rod Peter

FABnews November 2016

Another busy period for FABframe – branding, building, bumping in, bumping out; creating angles, space, entries and backdrops...

If we can help with your signage, exhibition and event requirements, please give us a call!


ITS Here! Using angles to create interest

When you’re exhibiting you really do want to stand out from the rest. You want to be noticed, define your space and be easily found by customers – old and new.

The creative use of angles created an interesting space and added another depth to this stand for the Here exhibit at ITS World Congress 2016.

Great design from the team at Jack Morton.

FABframe heads to New Zealand

Using a FABframe curved wall and tower as well as incorporating storage space and a door, we created an interesting and functional space for the Rofin exhibit.

Working with Element Designgroup, a Sydney based exhibition design and events management company, the client was delighted with the end result.

PAX is back and takes over Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre

Once again PAX 2016 was a huge event, featuring FABframe throughout the whole venue. From the entrance structure to directional signage; media walls to creating rooms, FABframe delivered.

When your event is all about gamers, you need them to get your point across quickly and succinctly. You need to grab their attention and their interest and build excitement.

That’s what PAX Australia 2016 was all about and FABframe was there every step of the way.

House & Garden’s Top 50 Rooms – The perfect background

When you just have to make sure there is the perfect background to every shot, you can’t look past a FABframe media wall

FABnews October 2016

From building kitchens to brightening up a space to framing a tank to branding a huge event, FABframe came to the party and made it happen. ...

If we can help with your signage requirements, please give us a call!


Branding the event

FABframe was used throughout Telstra Vantage 2016 to brand the event, define space and create the mood.

Making a huge impact with a 40m x 3m welcome wall, two entry walls measuring 7m x 5m, three 3m x 3m lightboxes, a central “chandelier” feature made from 280 panels, 1.5 kms of lines on the ground throughout and multiple FABwalls throughout.

The event was promoting insight, inspiration and innovation, with FABframe certainly lending itself to the theme.

Take a look at more details of the event here.

FABframe kitchen

FABframe made a great impression at the Delicious Food Awards last month.

This versatile system was used to create a rear wall with integrated Espresso machines and also an island bench with melamine counter top.

It seems that FABframe is able to deliver whatever is asked of it!

Brightening up a space

A big part of running an event is creating the atmosphere, and that’s not always easy when the event is held in a big grey space... so FABframe changed all that with this fabulous wall feature.

It certainly created a focal point and added a whole lot of colour to the space.

Framing a tank

The sheer size of this sign is lost when compared to the tank that it’s framing, but it’s huge, measuring in at 8000 x 8000 x 2400mm high. Pico Australia were really happy with the result.

FABnews August 2016

The key to FABframe is its versatility.

From rechargeable LED tabletop signage to 24m long media walls; to entrance structures with built in storage to suspended directional signage; FABframe does it all, easily.

Taking a room from drab to fab can be done by simply adding a lightbox; taking a huge room from impersonal to warm and inviting can be done by creating FABwalls and sectioning the room.

Whatever you need to create the scene, FABframe can do it for you, with simplicity and style.

If we can help with your signage requirements, please give us a call!


Rod & the FABframe team


Making a BIG impact

When it’s got to be big, FABframe delivers.

This 24 metre long x 3 metre high wall was created for TheEar, creating the backdrop for the 2016 Media Summit.

The frame itself was made modular in 3 metre section. It can be used as a 6 metre long x 3 metre high frame at it’s smallest..
By adding the 3 metre lengths you can use the frame for various sized stages or rooms (6, 9, 12, 15 metre etc).

It’s a great way of branding and personalising your space.

The view that isn’t a view

This is a clever application of a FABframe lightbox used to create the illusion of a room with a view – when it’s really just a lightbox with a beautiful print on it.

It certainly creates a different scene and sets the mood.

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