At Vi we have such a great time working with fantastic people on some really creative projects for their space. When these projects come up we have to talk about them and give you a brief overview of the project. This blog takes a quick look at Trinity House.
Trinity House is a maritime charity that provides services to increase the safety in shipping and to safeguard the wellbeing of seafarers. Trinity House was given a Royal Charter in 1514 for their services and today continues to maintain lighthouses, provide training and award deep-sea pilotage.
Trinity House’s lighthouse service contacted us at Vinyl Impression to ask for our design and production assistance in creating a range of workplace graphics for installation at one of their buildings in Essex.
All of the graphics designed followed the maritime focused specification and reflected the offering of Trinity House. A key wall was highlighted for covering in a custom wall mural, which needed to showcase a range of shipping related terms. Our design team pooled a list of keywords and tiled them on to the available space using three different fonts and a range of repeating colours.
“Our design team pooled a list of keywords and tiled them on to the available space using three different fonts and a range of repeating colours.”
A series of three cut text vinyl decals were created that used quotes relating to Trinity House and their service to be applied in strategic positions around the office. These cut vinyl wall decal stickers used the company blue to draw out specific terms from the otherwise black text.
The final graphic we designed was a stretched canvas frame that used a variety of lighthouse images to create a showcase of their work. The images were cropped into squares to create a strong visual pattern that would result in a striking visual effect.