The indie lime signage team have had a busy 12 months, here’s a quick rundown on some of our latest projects in and around Geelong, you can learn more about our signage here http://www.indielime.com.au/signage/
Adaptive Integrated Health Centre, window signage:
A refresh of their logo and an update to their window signage has created a fresh welcome to the Adaptive Integrated Health Centre in Leopold. Our design team sourced beach inspired images that promoted healthy living, these were printed on window frosting and installed on the windows at the entrance to the centre.
Bellarine Foot and Ankle Clinic signage:
A complete rebrand and new signage has given Bellarine Foot and Ankle Clinic a real presence. Part of their brief was to give some privacy through the windows at the front of their building, the second factor was to gain some street presence. The windows were covered with frosted prints, that give privacy but also allow light in and look great as people enter the carpark. A large panel sign with the new logo and contact details was installed on the side wall, visible from the road.
Bo Thai, Geelong signage:
A new business that wanted to create a modern, welcoming vibe to their Geelong Waterfront restaurant. Exterior signage included matt laminated window decals and frosted logos for the glass fencing. Inside, the most amazing custom designed and printed removable wallpaper that wraps around 2 walls of the restaurant. A whole team effort from design through to print and install.
The Village Warralily, short term signage:
A short term promotion for the festive season. Design, print and install of window decals and posters around the shopping centre to promote the various businesses/services on offer and create a fun, vibe. Full colour printed, removable window posters that are easy to remove once the promo is over.
Access Your Supports, Geelong signage:
Adding to their existing signage, Access Your Supports wanted to promote the services they offer, while also giving privacy to their office windows with street frontage. One-way vision printed window signage was installed on all windows, creating a vibrant graphic feel from the outside, with complete privacy and light on the inside. The windows are now like permanent advertising of the services on offer, to the busy traffic going by.
Treehouse Cafe, Geelong signage:
A new and unique café concept that wanted to use their signage as both a promotion of their business and a welcome to their customers. Window signage printed on frosting was installed to let the light in, while adding some colour and life to the windows. A large format opaque window print covered the back of the fridges, other signage included an a-frame for the street and internal menu boards.