These panel display systems were fabricated to promote the 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. The installations could be found at airports in Chicago, Philadelphia, Tampa and Dallas. The systems consisted of a low profile stage floor with ramps and banner boards that were held upright by the flooring.
The front of the boards had a front view of the CTS-V Coupe that was broken up among the panels and printed at various sizes.
When the panels are viewed at the correct spot, the images on the panels line up to form the complete image.
The banner boards had information highlighting various aspects of the 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe on the back.
Each panel was approximately 30 x 72 x 3 inches. The public could freely walk around the panels to read the information.
These two installations were fabricated for use in The Shops at Columbus Circle Time Warner Center in New York City to promote the 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe.
The first was creating a thin stage that held up a 12′x10′ two sided banner wall. There is also an interactive touch screen kiosk where interested customers could spin the car with a swipe of the finger and change the cars color. Eight 4′x9′ printed boards were attached to the columns to expand the installations presence.
Stage with banner and touch screen kiosk.
What passerby’s see from the reverse side.
The other installation consisted of a red carpet, double banner platform and two angular floor signs.
Angular signs were fabricated from plywood and covered with vinyl.
A birds-eye view of potential buyers checking out the 556-hp engine.
Platform that holds up two banners with specs about the car.