Backlit boxes for airports

After winning the major Swedavia contract for backlit boxes, Big Image’s efforts in delivering and mounting these boxes has now started. One of the larger boxes is currently 12×3 meters (47’x12′) and soon even larger boxes will be shipped to Arlanda Airport.

Big events require Big Image

What’s the easiest way to cover a whole grandstand with a 1200 m2 printed ad for Audi? “In cases like these, we always turn to Big Image”, says Stefan Dohrn, owner and CEO of Dohrns Exhibitions & Events AB.

Printed carpet for a virtual exhibition

We are entering a time in which the impossible must be made possible and where the virtual and physical worlds slowly merge together. For a most unique exhibition set in the north of Sweden, Big Image got the opportunity to print carpets for one of our most contemporary artists, Bella Rune.

Ceiling installments at Moderna Museet in Stockholm

In prior to the exhibition Olafur Eliasson: Reality machines it was time for Moderna Museet to create rooms within the room, and the installment of ceilings in various heights was assigned to Big Image. In collaboration with the Architecture and Design Centre (ArkDes), Moderna Museet finally opened its doors to a comprehensive exhibition by Olafur Eliasson, one our most prominent contemporary artists.

Stage adaption of Peter Rabbit

Soon after the Enchantment Theatre Company of Philadelphia, PA began to develop a wonderfully whimsical stage adaptation of Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit™ Tales, its artistic team realized large format printing on fabric would be best for achieving a marvelous, mobile set design.

The Exhibition “Kännbart” – Art for all senses

The exhibition “Kännbart” is one of those amazing projects started by truly amazing people.

Big Image won Swedens biggest lightbox contract

Big Image has been chosen to light up the country’s airports with light boxes for advertising the next three years. Government owned Swedavia announced the contract that is the largest of its kind and worth more than 10 million SEK.