Futuristic Fabric Displays

Make your brand impossible to ignore with our Backlit Fabric Displays.

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Animated Programmable
Fabric Lightbox

It will make people stop and look up from their phone. Yes, it’s possible.

With LED lights programmed to catch the eye, this fabric display is the latest thing to hit the market.

The Lightbox is turnkey, fully customizable, and the best part – your competition doesn’t know about it yet.

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ANIMATED PROGRAMMABLE FABRIC LIGHTBOX

Animated Programmable Fabric Lightbox brings your printed fabrics to life using dynamic LEDs that are programmed to draw attention to the important design features.

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SEG FABRIC FRAMES

You can mount them on a wall, suspend them from the ceiling, stand them on their own, or build a wall-to-wall environment. And if that’s not enough — light ‘em up.

Single Sided
Double Sided

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STRETCH FABRIC SCTRUCTURES

Every colour of tubing for every type of display. You can make shapes, build banners, or run up your flag. Looks impressive but anyone can set these up. No tools needed here.

Flag Pole
Fabric Wall
Banner Stand
3D Shapes & Halos
Brandi

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RIGID DISPLAY STANDS

These sturdy feet come in two designs, multiple colours, and can make a portable, one-step, stand up sign wherever you need it.

Gator Feet ‘M’ Style
Gator Feet ‘L’ Style

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OUTDOOR BANNER FRAMES

Printed banner, no problem. Inside or outside, this frameless display is a knockout.

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INDOOR WINDOW BANNER HARDWARE

Hang them in your store, at a trade show – heck, hang them anywhere. Any size, any print, and (pretty much) any material.

Hardware – Interpole

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Why partner up with shomi! you ask?

WE’RE KINDA UNIQUE IN THE INDUSTRY

FUTURISTIC PRODUCTS
FUN AND EASY TO DEAL WITH
SUPER QUICK DELIVERY, EVERYTHING IS IN-HOUSE

Testimonials

CASE STUDY: NBA

 

NBA required a massive, custom hanging structure with graphics in a hurry!

NBA All Star game 2016 was hosted in Toronto. Ricoh Coliseum was decked out with massive prints on all kinds of media. Our customer was asked to create a hanging graphic 50’ wide x 17’ high to match the Ricoh Coliseum’s north entrance arc, but they didn’t have a drawing of the arc, and they didn’t have much time. Find out how we solved this problem…

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CASE STUDY: FIFA

 

FIFA required a monster banner to hang outdoors with no structure to hang from!

FIFA – or their agency – decided that this competition required a 175’ wide banner, hung in mid-air, without a structure, right behind the grandstand at BMO Field… yeah! Find out how we solved this problem…

 

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CASE STUDY: CAMAD

 

Food Basics wanted to save a whack of dough on their hanging graphics!

Food Basics was installing 8’ h x 36’ hanging signs in store. These monsters were made from a 2×4 substructure which had to be hoisted in the air in three or more pieces, then fastened together while hanging followed by 4’ x 8’ Crezon (plywood) sheets with graphics on them being screwed to them – all up in the air… They were so heavy that the installation team had to spend the day before the install reinforcing the ceiling joists for the added weight! Find out how we solved this problem…

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CASE STUDY: TJX

TJX wanted in-store graphics, on walls, 14’ high to be changed out by store associates!

Winners stores had static graphics all around all stores. This meant that they could not have seasonal change-out of the images, and they wanted seasonal change-outs. They also wanted to save the cost of sending in installers for each change-out, they wanted to do it using store associates. Oh, and let’s not forget, they wanted to make sure that the associates did not have to stand on anything, not a ladder, not a stool, not even on their tippy-toes. Find out how we solved this problem…

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CASE STUDY: SHOMI

 

shōmi! (that’s us) wanted to build a booth for our trade show to show off our capabilities!

We have extrusions, lightboxes, tube forming, banner finishing, metal fabrication and a sense of humour to boot. We wanted to show this off in a shomi-esque way. Find out how we solved this problem…

 

 

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