To design an exhibition stand with two open sides, specifying at five by six metres. Introducing a branding experience to present “Eat Up”-(Japanese Chopstick Company).
Aim- To create an experiential space to promote various uses of chopsticks from Japan; to establish an exciting memorable connection between the audience and the brand. Encourage people to buy and recognise the product for people who use them and who are unfamiliar with them.
Solution- Selling Japanese chopsticks, attracting customers and participants to use the touch screen technology in order to explore, select and choose. The audience will relate to experience the Japanese etiquette way of eating.
The audience will engage by watching and learning two Japanese chefs (one on each side) interacting with the customers demonstrating how to use different types of chopsticks.
And finally any questions, constructive comments, opinions are welcomed….but please no spam thank you! : )
I would like to show you my first ever trade exhibition that I had designed for a company that I had a placement with for Leading Edge Designs in 2008. This is how and where my inspirations took off and had made me want to pursue a career as an exhibition designer altogether!
This I will show you is done using Rhino…this software used to be quite complex to me…however after many trials and errors and many sketches later here are some first 3D images which took 2 weeks…
I had to design a logo which was redesigned and changed the Eat-up logo from a simple boring one to how it was now…I modeled out the objects as well.
This is my modular garden exhibition modelled and customised in 3D studio max….its currently work in progress as there needs to be plants, graphics and many other things to add yet. I had decided to design my own brief in order to improve and develop my portfolio outside my MA course.