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Leading international publishers teNeues choose Adtec

teNeues logo

We just love the chance to produce interesting one-offs! As you can imagine, we were delighted when one of the leading international book publishers of photography, design, lifestyle and travel books, teNeues, contacted us to make a special sign bearing their name to grace the shelves of The Shop at Bluebird, Chelsea.

Londoners may be more familiar with the Bluebird Restaurant on King’s Road, Chelsea. However, it is home to more than just a fine food & wine store.

Trading as The Shop at Bluebird, it sells everything from designer fashion to music and books; the perfect setting for the teNeues ultra-cool, coffee table publications.

In keeping with The Shop at Bluebird’s culture, we designed and produced a very modern, acrylic sign to highlight their book display. The sign consisted of the teNeues logo, cut from 3mm blue acrylic, embedded into a clear cast acrylic block. Once finished, it was then hand delivered personally by Managing Director, Gary Hoxby.

Now that’s what we call personal service! No matter the size of the project, or style of the piece, we deliver on time and offer a hands-on approach from start through to the last minute – quite literally!

If you have a similar project or just anything off the wall and a one-off, don’t hesitate to contact Gary Hoxby via email info@adtec.co.uk or call +44 (0)20 7837 6714.

You can find out more about our display graphics services on the website here.

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