Here is a throwback to the Airservices Australia with their 6×3 Metre Skytruss booth with graphics. The Australian Airports Association event in 2004 was just one of a number of events in Australia and New Zealand in 2004 and 2005 where this booth, or variations of it was used.
Have a look at one of the first digitally printed Modular Mirage portable display systems developed for Xenotech by Skyline Displays Australia in 1995. It’s amazing how, 23 years later, the Mirage portable display system is still a popular choice.
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Here is a Throwback to the Office of Fair Trading and Business Affairs from 1994 with this retro looking custom build by Skyline Displays. Want to see how custom displays have evolved since 1994, visit www.skyline.com.au.
#TBT – The 2018 Ekka opens tomorrow! Looking forward to 10 days of food, fireworks and FUN! Check out the incredible super structure we built for the Channel 9 Broadcast Centre in 2013. This custom project wrapped around the heritage building on the RNA site.
Here is a throwback to Western Australia (Circa 99) with a display solution by Skyline Displays which captured a lot of attention and won various awards 5 years in a row.
Here is a throwback to the Premiers Department – Trade Development Unit (Circa 92). What an excellent use of the modular Mirage unit to capture the attention of the passing audience. The Mirage pop-up display has come a long way since 92 and is still one of the most popular portable display modules today.