Colorful Fashion Show

The color party at Gudrun Sjödén continues. On the 8th of March had a colorful fashion show at Edsvik Konsthall in Stockholm together with the award-winning stylist Robert Rydberg. Big Image visited the fashion show. The beautiful green banners were printed by Big Image, which may look like a simple job, but printing a uniform […]

The Colorful journey of Swedish designer Gudrun Sjödén

The Gudrun Sjödén exhibit is on display at Edsvik Konsthall from February 10 to March 25, 2018. It’s been 40 years since Gudrun’s first collection saw the light of day. The company has grown from a small family business into a group of companies with around 400 employees. The exhibition takes a look at how […]

Big Image presents Translight Magic – bigger, brighter and lighter!

On a crisp winter night at the Arctic Circle the unexpected takes place. The dark sky lights up with vibrant red and green colors. The Northern Light performs its magic right in front of us. At Big Image we create this experience with Translight Magic, which is one backdrop printed with two different images. Creating […]

ArkDes shows a new side of Josef Frank

On March 10, the doors opened for the exhibition, Josef Frank – Against Design, at ArkDes. The exhibition was first produced for MAK in Vienna in 2015. In Austria, Josef Frank is known primarily as an architect, which is a side of him that is relatively unknown in Sweden, and ArkDes saw this as an […]

Lars Wallin – Fashion stories at Artipelag

Lars Wallin is celebrating 25 years as a designer by bringing the acclaimed exhibition Lars Wallin – Fashion Stories to Artipelag. The exhibition includes many of his latest dresses and also stage costumes that have never been shown before. The visitors get the opportunity to follow his creative process from idea to sketch and then […]

Combining lightboxes with digital screens

We often get questions about the strength of visual communication through printed large format images on fabric versus large format digital screens.  But we don’t see digital screens as a threat, we have always seen it as a great added value to large format printing – and we have done several successful projects where printed images […]

“Noir & Blanc” at Dansmuséet

Last week Dansmuséet in Stockholm opened up for their new exhibition “Noir & Blanc”, showing the legendary time of the 1920s in Paris. After the Great War, artists from across the globe found their way to the city where anything was possible, both in art and in life. Jazz took hold of France, and there was an explosion of interest in art from Africa. Everything “African” became fashionable, even if it had little actual connection to Africa itself.