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We couldn’t do what we do without the help of our suppliers.

The idea is great, the creative is all there and the design is falling into place nicely. Wonderful. Now who’s gonna build it? For us, finding the right supplier for each project is an invaluable part of each project and here’s why…

 

You Get The Expert

Nothing floats our boat here at One Rise East as much as an elaborate bit of foil embossing, a fancy die cut or some super nice triple plex paper. But as the projects gets more ambitious and the list of special finishes starts to rack up we’ve found it helps to have a printing partner who knows their greyboard from their fluted card. Enter Generation Press, our favourite Brighton based supplier for all things paper and print. Whether we’re designing a custom box or creating a standout invitation, they never fail to think outside the box (literally) and deliver amazing results.

Custom box for IX Holiday Gifting

 

You Get Something Bespoke

When we designed a custom 117 piece wooden wave wall we couldn’t exactly pop down to the custom-117-piece-wooden-wave-wall store. Instead we trusted The Wood Fashioner to expertly take care of our most ambitious build to date. Furniture specialists by trade they’ve created everything from elegantly carved meeting room tables and 1960’s style whisky cabinets to contemporary ironwork display units in the past. As always the results were spectacular – see the full project here.

One-of-a-kind stage backdrop for IAB Engage by The Wood Fashioner

Bespoke meeting room table for IX DMEXCO by Biggs and Quail

 

You Get The Wow Factor

Projection mapping, augmented reality – and not an iPhone in the room that wasn’t pulled out to capture the spectacle. We worked with Oskar and Gaspar at the OnLocation conference in 2016 to create a custom projection installation. These guys are absolute pros at what they do – turning static objects into works of art to help brands create unforgettable experiences. The best of the best. See the full project here.

Projection mapping at xAd OnLocation