Jardan “pops up” at SiD 2010 in Richmond

The event imagery

The event imagery


Signing (temporary) – 1st attempt

Signing (temporary) – 1st attempt


Signing (temporary) - 2nd version

Signing (temporary) - 2nd version


Pop up entry

Pop up entry


WIndow display

WIndow display


Internal space

Internal space


Black and white poster (1 of 12 outcomes)

Black and white poster (1 of 12 outcomes)


The tee

The tee


Internal neon

Internal neon


A5 brochure/postcard

A5 brochure/postcard


Brochure / event invite cover image

Brochure / event invite cover image


Jardan Furniture has commissioned the studio to develop a concept and image for the 2010 Saturday in Design (SiD) event in Melbourne, held this weekend. The SiD is a two day programme and to get more value for the spend time, energy and resources Jardan sort out a pop up solution that is open for several months rather than two days.
The Richmond pop up will be the back drop of a new range of furniture allowing the Jardan sales team and potential client view pieces in a convenient location.
Like many of the solutions we develop for clients, the forms and fixtures has a light touch, allowing the work to have the greatest impact whilst being reusable, recyclable and engaging.
The building is facing demolition in a few months and we initially developing a temporary signing scheme that was to be directly painted on the building. The painter was five letter forms into a fifteen letter form piece, until a local sticky beak called the landlord – exclaiming that “young people are painting on the building”. Richmond has a rich history of graffiti dating back to the 1970s (with some excellent samples of trade union based pieces, now sadly painted over) and many locals are suspicious of paint based works. We were then limited to produce real estate agent style hoarding panels, which we had made of ply and vinyl lettering and to paint the entry doors pink to identify the site.
Three Deep Design often accuses us of using too much pink. To those boys out there in big bad design ubërland we say – boo, hoo, hoo – it is a happy, cheerful colour and perfect for a world looking for glimmers of such things. If their Mums had a pink kitchen, like Andrew’s Mum did, then maybe they would be strangely driven to splash around a little pink too.
Thanks to the crew at Jardan for all your collaborative spirit.pipandco_jardan_100810_01

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