Fagron (see notes)
One of the most distinctive features of this display is the custom counter with the recessed, backlit logo. It's simple and elegant, yet dramatic...
Nib Mor (see notes)
This display uses printed Sintra wings to frame the display. The graphics, while simple, create a cohesive message that transforms the display from just OK to WOW!
Sidra (see notes)
This stunning, impactful display relies on details like the pattern used on the counter, the beautiful hanging sign, and the narrow circle that hovers to create a memorable showstopper exhibit.
You Script (see notes)
The simple, flat backwall uses a pillowcase header to add a flowing, dimensional flare. That one accent transforms an otherwise basic and functional design into something remarkable.
Zhu Zhu Pets (see notes)
Fantastic example of how printed carpet pulls a large space together. The large display feels inviting and intimate because they didn't ignore their flooring.
Busch (see notes)
The orange laminate on the backwall and the counter add a splash of bright, bold color that draws your eye around the display.
Praesidio (see notes)
The arching pillowcase canopy on this table top play well with the "quilt fort” theme. " photo the designer used to finish out the display. The image combined with the canopy and great color scheme elicit emotion from viewers without a lot of verbiage.
Kuumba Made (see notes)
The beautiful illustrations on the wings are the ideal finishing touches to this display.
ib (see notes)
You have to love how the designer visually connected the circular header with the circles in the backwall and counter logo graphics. That one smart design touch made all the difference.
Attend (see notes)
The check mark logo on the stand-off header adds dimension to the display and makes the logo pop on a very clean design.
enthusem (see notes)
Clear acrylic wings vs. the usual opaque Sintra makes the logo much more prominent. Smart.
Opus|2 Magnum (see notes)
Another fantastic example of using simple stand-offs to add flare and a Wow factor. The photo, stand-offs, and frame shape all fit the engaging circular theme.
L3 (see notes)
Going the extra mile with the counter graphic in this display ties the whole space together. Often the counter graphic gets ignored and ends up with a logo only. Adding the swoosh background makes a bigger impact for the same amount of money.
Aero Overhead (see notes)
The yellow circular frames transform an otherwise run-of-the-mill overhead hanging sign into a visually impactful graphic.
Camelbak (see notes)
The angled counter graphic with the hit of bright blue give this small space the extra visual boost that it needs.
Pokemon (see notes)
Graphics on product displays combined with the colorful inventory makes this space inviting, unique, and irresistible for any shopper.
simply smarter (see notes)
Strategic use of simple stand-offs to add dimension and color to a very clean display.
College Week Live (see notes)
The graphics on the halos and iPad kiosks invite users into sampling the digital content.
SoYoung (see notes)
The metal powder-coated tree as a product display gives the exhibit an identifiable creative flare. The tree and the traditional slatwall shelves directs attention on the merchandise and the overall branding.
Sidra (see notes)
Another great example of not ignoring the flooring. The geometric shapes on the carpet tie the whole exhibit together.
Excel (see notes)
A backlit header with LED lighting adds dimension and eye-catching design to this 10 x 20.
Manukamed (see notes)
The octagonal header with recessed LED lighting and reflective floor in this display are amazing. The reflective flooring alone helps the whole space "glow.”
Medistim (see notes)
Very limited graphics… but the orange accents in the shelving, recessed LED logos, and curved structure make it a huge “can’t miss” island.
Booz | Allen | Hamilton (see notes)
Never ignore your counter graphics. The designer uses photographic elements on an otherwise simple counter to give it a beautiful, clean, and distinctive look.
Twist (see notes)
The graphic elements wrap these counters and play on the "Twist" theme. Beautiful contrast between black, white, and green.
Apple (see notes)
Very simple but very effective graphics. The leaf stand-off headers give these backlit graphics an extra boost of dimension and creativity.
Rubadue (see notes)
The repeating stand-off logos complement the round display and corporate logo. Very effective.
RetailNext (see notes)
Excellent use of printed wings to expand the visual space.
Burton (see notes)
The circular pillowcase accents frame the dramatic snowboarder image, along with the printed canopy. Adding the pattern on the side elements adds a subtle touch.
Masters (see notes)
Captivating logo and backlit stand-off graphic on an otherwise simple design. These elements and the stand-off counter graphic create a big visual statement.