The EuroShop 2014 adventure continues with Mel and Katina. On Day 2, they visit the smaller tradeshow exhibition hall with the mostly 3 x 3 and 3 x 6 meter booths, and then turn their attention to mannequins, retail fixtures, supermarket displays, refrigeration, and all things esoteric to retail merchandising and marketing.
Be sure to see the photo describing the lightbox that even the “ladies” can assemble and a photo of Katina with Mary Poppins. We half expected to see Ron Burgundy in the “Ladies Lightbox” space.
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Very very cool update you two. Safe travels the rest of the week.
Sounds like Mel found a good breakfast in Germany once again as well 🙂
Thanks for sharing the cool exhibit designs
Love the breakfasts in Germany. Terrific show.
Katina and I have seen quite a few colleagues from the States. We’ve enjoyed hearing their perspectives on the designs, the European trade show industry, and all things EuroShop.
All the Manequin build up and no photos! I know.. I know.. Top secret.. Lots of extraordinary designs!
I’m with JZ … surprised there weren’t any mannequin photos. But seriously … awesome designs & thanks for sharing!
John and Marlys —
We’ll be sure to include some of the mannequin photos in installment #4. Can’t say I entirely felt comfortable taking photos of nude and semi-nude “dolls” but if you insist. 😉
JZ and Marlys, did you check out the day 5 photos? I got you those mannequin shots you requested. I was pretty focused on taking images that I thought would be helpful for booth design references back in the States, and like I mentioned…the mannequins were a little creepy. But some of the mannequin displays were very inspiring, check it out! Okay, I have to go now, the keyboards in Germany have the “Y” and “Z” in opposite spaces and the punctuation is also very confusing. §ee yoü soon at Exhißitör!