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Logan Square Monument Tagged With Giant Philosophy Quote – DNAinfo


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The Ludwig Wittgenstein quote reads: "Whereof one cannot speak thereof be silent." It's unclear exactly when the vandalism occurred, or if a police report was filed. Police couldn't immediately find a report. But one thing is for certain: Removing the

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Logan Square Monument Tagged With Giant Philosophy Quote – DNAinfo


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… in part due to graffiti. Also in 2014, a 21-year-old Lakeview man was charged with criminal damage to property after getting caught tagging the monument while drinking vodka. Some neighbors took to social media to air their frustrations about the

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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map – Adweek


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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map – Adweek


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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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Packaging And Shipping Tips For Trade Show Booths Of All Sizes

Trade show displays are meant to be used. They are meant to be taken around the country and set up at as many conventions as your company wants to attend, spreading your company’s message to hundreds each time. Yet the process of shipping even the most portable exhibits raises hazards that can be difficult to overcome. As the most impressive trade show booths also tend to be the most fragile, strong protective shipping becomes ever more important. Luckily, it isn’t hard to securely ship a stand across the country; it merely requires a bit of forethought and some careful packaging to virtually assure a safe arrival.

Tip 1: Ensure That The Packaging Fits The Trade Show Displays


One of the most common problems that people experience when trying to pack and ship portable exhibits is improperly fitted packing materials. The most frequent source of problems is trying to fit trade show booths into different packaging from that which is specifically intended for them. Many companies will custom make a packaging system designed to fit one particular structure. This kind of custom-made fitting is generally carved from Styrofoam, or molded from plastic and cushioned. If you’ve got a highly delicate stand, choosing a custom-made option is probably the best answer. Some companies also provide protective cases of this nature for their pre-made modular units. No matter how you come across one of these, never try to use it with any other type of trade show displays. It is custom fitted to one stand, and using it with anything other than that one will damage both the stand and possibly the case.

Tip 2: Protect Your Portable Exhibits Completely


Many first-time shippers are surprised to learn that bubble wrap is not enough for total protection during shipping and travel. Experienced shippers know that when trade show booths are shipped, they have five main dimensions of protection that are required. First, and most obviously, the unit needs to be protected from blows that might crush or chip edges and bend support poles. These kinds of blows are typically prevented with the use of reinforced corner pieces, which can be fit over most pre-existing corners. Next, one must consider the crush hazard. The severity of this hazard will change depending on the type of portable exhibits being shipped. If it’s a pop up unit, the hazard is more intense. For a simple fold-out cardboard stand, it’s not much of a problem.


The best way to prevent crushing is through the use of bubble wrap, packing material, and strong reinforcement. The advantage of this packing style is that it also protects against the third and fourth hazards: a strong impact to the top or bottom, and a strong impact from either side. With reinforcement and liberal use of packing peanuts, even the most delicate structure can be insulated from possible problems. The final layer of protection is the most simple, yet most easily forgotten: the unit must be protected from the protective materials. Bubble wrap and the like can actually mar the surface of some units, causing costly repairs. Whenever you ship trade show displays, ensure that the actual surface of your trade show booths is covered in simple brown paper. This paper won’t damage the surface, and will prevent any rubbing or other marring from becoming a problem.

Tip 3: Never Cut Back On Packaging For Trade Show Booths


If you follow these tips, you’ll end up with secure packaging on your portable exhibits. However, depending on your unit, that packaging might not come cheaply. If your company is tempted to cut the packaging budget next time you ship, consider this: what’s that packaging cost compared to the price of a costly repair? Instead of holding back, use the right amount of packaging, keep your prized trade show booths safe, and you’ll be re-using them for years to come.

Chris Harmen writes for Skyline, the leader in Detroit trade show displays. Companies enjoy the wide variety of Detroit portable exhibits that Skyline offers, and the easy customization options that make every product unique.


A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map – Adweek


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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map
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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map – Adweek


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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map
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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map – Adweek


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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map
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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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Pros And Cons Of Renting Trade Show Booths

Renting trade show booths offers a number of advantages, particularly if your company doesn’t attend conventions with much frequency. Although it can be a great choice for some companies, the process is not without its drawbacks. To make an informed decision about whether your company wants to rent or buy, you need to have a thorough understanding of what it means to rent displays and how it compares to owning them.

The Display Rental Process


When you rent a pop up display, it’s like renting a movie. You tell the company what you want, they get it for you, and you have to return it within a certain period of time. You don’t own the actual unit that you get, and you’ve got no right to own it unless the company specifically offers to sell it to you.


The obvious difference between a movie rental and renting trade show booths is the level of customization required. A pop up display would be useless if it was just a stock unit, available for rent with no custom options at all. Part of the contract would determine what types of customized graphics and other modifications are to be made to the initial pop up display, which will impact the price. Some businesses may include that in the initial price and give you just one flat rate. Others may vary the fees depending upon what customizations you require.

Advantages Of Renting Trade Show Booths


One big advantage that comes from renting is that you avoid shipping charges, because you work with a local company from the city that hosts the convention. Thanks to the internet, you shouldn’t have to see your unit before the day of the convention in order to feel confident that it is well designed. You can collaborate with the producer remotely and then take possession of the unit on the morning of the exhibition (or the night before). The savings in shipping charges alone can be a major cost factor if you’ve chosen a large exhibit.


In addition, you save because you don’t have to lay out the capital to buy displays on your own. A large unit can be quite expensive, which is a big problem for a new company. Even if you get a good deal, it may still be troublesome to come up with the funds. By borrowing displays at first, you get an exhibition presence without a problematic price tag.

Disadvantages Of Borrowing A Pop Up Display


The main problem is a lack of customizability. The selection of units is typically limited compared with what’s for sale. Some styles may be entirely unavailable because they are simply impractical to change for each client’s use. In addition, if you work with a small business, they may not be able to provide the type of stand you want because they might not have it in stock. No matter what your business, if you exhibit regularly, it’s usually unwise to choose a rental stand more than a few times. If you’ve rented more than that, you are probably better off buying.

Which To Choose?


Picking a borrowed unit or a purchased one isn’t an easy decision. Ultimately, either choice will be a good one for your business, as just attending the convention is likely to help drive up sales. If you’re not sure which to pick, favor borrowing for now. If you find conventions to be successful, you can always buy later on. If not, you tried it, and you haven’t invested too much money. Just be sure that you don’t end up sinking money into borrowed trade show booths when you’ve had enough success to be purchasing real displays.

Chris Harmen writes for Skyline, the leading producer and designer of trade show booths in New Jersey. Skyline has a full line of New Jersey displays to rent, and will happily work with clients to make a rental display as unique as possible.

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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map – Adweek


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It was a viral video for Marc Ecko, showing grainy footage of what appeared to be a graffiti artist jumping a fence at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland and tagging one of the engines on Air Force One with the words “Still Free.” Just a year after the

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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map – Adweek


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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map
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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map – Adweek


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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map
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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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Top 5 Trade Show Booth Giveaway Mistakes To Learn From

When it comes to creating great trade show displays, it’s easy to make mistakes. There is so much to learn, and on top of that, you need to keep your finger on the pulse of the market or risk becoming irrelevant. With so much to remember, it’s easy to let some of the basics fall through the cracks. Whether you’re new to the field or a career designer trying to brush up for a new year, these five common mistakes made when selecting giveaways for your trade show exhibit will help remind you of what’s important when your company runs a promotion.

Mistake #1: Confusing Low Cost With Great Value


Just because an item has a very low cost doesn’t mean it’s a good value. If you’ve visited conventions before, you’ve almost certainly run across that one trade show exhibit that gives away pens that won’t work. They might hurt your hand, they might break, they might leak, or they might just never write at all, but they’re not good quality. In all likelihood, the person who decided to buy them thought the company was getting a great deal, but did that item strengthen the company’s brand? Remember that every item you give away will reflect back on your company. Only pick things that you know are going to leave a positive impression of your trade show booth.

Mistake #2: Failing To Quickly Sort Qualified Leads From The Merely Curious


Giving away anything is a great way to draw traffic to your trade show displays. The problem is, if you can’t sort through that traffic once you’ve got it, you’re going to end up giving away products and time to leads that won’t pan out. People are naturally attracted to anything that’s free; if you just give out free stuff left and right, you’re not going to see good results. Instead, train your trade show booth staff to quickly and effectively learn to qualify leads. They should be able to tell virtually at a glance whether someone is likely to buy or is just visiting trade show displays for free merchandise.

Mistake #3: Giving Something For Absolutely Nothing


Don’t make your visitors pay money for your giveaways, but make them give you something in return: their contact information. When they take something from you, whether it’s a pen or a coffee mug, you want to make sure that you can contact them about it later. Get their business card, or have them fill out a contact sheet, right there at the trade show exhibit. If you let them walk away without getting their details, you won’t be able to follow up and drive the sale home.

Mistake #4: Forgetting To Distinguish Your Loyal Customers


Whenever an existing customer visits your trade show booth, you should have something special to give them that shows how much you appreciate their business. Whatever you give them should always be nicer than what you’re giving away to new prospects. You want them to understand how much you appreciate their business. Never forget that while new leads will propel your business, your old and loyal clients are your foundation.

Mistake #5: Losing Track Of Your Goal


The most important thing to remember when you pick out and give away any kind of gift at a trade show exhibit is what the gift is meant to do. It’s something that keeps your company name in front of the eyes of visitors, reminding them of who you are and what you offer. That goal should dictate what kind of thing you choose to give, and what quality you choose as well. Forget that, and you could see greatly diminished profits no matter how well you avoid these other four mistakes.

Chris Harmen is an author for Skyline, the leading provider of trade show displays to Caribbean companies. Skyline can create a great trade show booth for Caribbean conventions or stateside, depending on what your company needs.

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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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A Look Back at the Audacious Air Force One Graffiti Stunt That Put Droga5 on the Map – Adweek


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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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David Droga was recently lionized, almost literally, at the Cannes festival for his body of work over the course of a brilliant career. A lot of that success has come, of course, at his eponymous agency Droga5—which swung for the fences with its very

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