Fifty Shades of Grey - the launch display backdrop
It’s hot, it’s steamy and it’s like nothing you have seen before!
In short, it’s truly massive.
Mr Grey has become a common fantasy in most households around the world but who would have thought a fabric image could look so real. The 10m wide x 2.9m high curved SuperWall in the Byron Kennedy Hall at Fox Studios looked stunning for the Australian premiere of 50 Shades of Grey in February this year. Well done to The Event Department for an outstanding result!
At Displays 2 Go we have had many orders for our fabric displays systems, but this is one of the largest SuperWalls we have constructed to date. They are so versatile that we can ‘whip’ up any size or shape. The SuperWall frame is constructed with aluminium poles and then a printed fabric sleeve slips over the top of the frame and is secured at the bottom with a zip. The end result: an image that most women would die for!!
SuperWalls are also super lightweight making it easy to move around from place to place. The high impact graphics are interchangeable and washable so they always look vibrant and new.
Take a look at these pics to see the construction:
The frame was constructed first.
Then the fabric sleeve is placed over the top starting at one end.
The fabric is fed along the frame.
Secured at the bottom with a zip giving a crease free look.
Too sexy! Who would believe that it was fabric?
Check out more pics of the event with the celebs here.