This is something we get asked about A LOT! Printed signage that you can see through from one side but not the other! It's called one-way-vision, and has tiny little holes that trick the eye into seeing through the film from one side. Transperth often uses this media for their bus advertising campaigns. It is a brilliant product that has several applications, can be used on flat glass or on vehicles. It's the perfect option when you want to blockout view from one side but see out from the other!
We recently did up some printed clearviews for Ocean Cosmetic's brand new office fitout. The artwork was put together by our graphic designer using high resolution stock images. The tiffany blue was added in to pull the client's branding scheme together. Small touches like this make a huge difference rather than just leaving the images in their original state.
After sorting out their external signage, we started working on the internal. The client wanted a nice simple laser cut acrylic logo for the front desk. We did this in a glossy white acrylic. We then placed coloured vinyl behind the disc to show through the laser cut out. This was then fixed directly onto the front of the desk. We finished off the fitout with some tinting, frosting, opening hours for the entrance door and some weatherproof brochure holders. Have a look through the gallery for some more photos of this awesome signage!