The Queensland Museum’s senior creative producer and graphic design department invited Flash Graphics to work with them on their NASA exhibition.
The scope of work made Tuffline fabric frames the obvious choice.
Lightbox Depot a division of Flash Graphics produced a number of large Tuffline fabric frames with wall mounted elements almost nine meters wide by three meters tall. Lightbox Depot built and installed a six by three-meter Tuffline double-sided fabric frame that was also suspended from the ceiling adjoining the main entrance.
Many other graphic elements were also produced by Flash, including 100 square meters of high-quality images produced on self-adhesive vinyl.162 digitally printed 3mm PVC panels of various size. Graphic treatments to the lift and entrance areas. Large scale vinyl cut sections. Easy Wall wallpaper graphics applied to stair risers.

Other graphic implementations included; posters, didactic & directional items and a large scale ‘Selfy’ opportunity, as seen in the photo below. This is one of the largest exhibitions in Queensland’s and we were excited to get the opportunity to do the work with the Queensland Museum.

All the photos were provided courtesy of NASA