Voodoo are a main signage contractor for the combined brands of Austin Reed, Country Casuals and Viyella. We have recently completed works at their new Flagship Store in Regent Street. The photographs above show another recently finished project at The Mall, Cribbs Causeway, Bristol. Projects include built up stainless steel letters and aluminium fascias through to internal graphics and bespoke items such as the retail display panel shown above.
Voodoo have recently started to undertake work for the worldwide superbrand, Tommy Hilfiger. Projects include work on one of Tommy Hilfiger’s 4 worldwide anchor stores. In a prestigious location next to Harrods in Knightsbridge, Voodoo were responsible for installing the illuminated letters on the stone façade as well as projecting signage and internal window graphics. The project also included the blanking out of over 200 windows to enable the projection of especially commissioned images to be projected onto the side of the building for the launch party. Voodoo have also completed work for the Tommy Hilfiger stores at the Westfield Shopping Centre next to the London 2012 Olympic Stadium in Stratford. Photos from this installation can be seen above.
Gloucester Quays Window Graphics
Voodoo are the main signage contractor for the Gloucester Quays Designer Outlet Centre. We successfully completed the signage programme on time before the centre opened in May 2009. This incorporated the Retailer’s illuminated fascia signage and almost 2 kilometres of vinyl printing. We continue to be fully involved with all elements of the centre signage to this day.
Calvin Klein, Gloucester Quays
Work undertaken for Calvin Klein on a listed building at the Gloucester Quays development. The signage consists of a router cut folded aluminium panel with 20mm clear acrylic pushed through the face of the sign. The acrylic is flame polished and then has layers of translucent vinyl applied to the face to build up the logo.
Nero, Gloucester Quays
Work undertaken for Caffè Nero on a listed building at the Gloucester Quays development. The signage consists of a router cut folded aluminium panel with 20mm clear acrylic pushed through the face of the sign. The acrylic is flame polished and then has layers of translucent vinyl applied to the face to build up the logo.
Costa, Gloucester Quays
These photographs show work undertaken for Costa Coffee. The illuminated fascias were constructed from a 2mm folded aluminium panel (shown above being fabricated in our workshops) with acrylic lettering and translucent vinyl to the face. We were also asked to fabricate the built up stainless steel rim and return letters shown, which were internally illuminated by cool white LED's.
We were approached by Radley who were renovating one of their stores in the World Heritage City of Bath. The town planner’s preference was for a hand painted sign which was built up from a tri-tone of metallic copper paints to achieve the finished result you see above.
New Siblands School
New Siblands School
New Siblands is a special school that admits pupils with severe learning difficulties and profound and multiple difficulties. The school approached Voodoo with a specific brief to implement a changeable learning experience in the main thoroughfare. The idea was to show the students their place in the physical world. The wall graphics which were designed, manufactured and installed by Voodoo show a map of the world upon which the teachers can place removable graphics relating to the current curriculum. In addition, there is a ‘Space Wall’ with 3 dimensional acrylic planets to teach students about their place in the Universe.