SORT OF CRAZY, A LITTLE INSANE AND VERY BIG: BUILDING THE CROWDRISE GIVING TOWER
Charity fundraising site CrowdRise had a “sort of crazy, a little insane and very big” idea: create a virtual tower that would grow as donations came in for their Giving Tuesday campaign. They turned to ER2 to ensure the Giving Tower would reach the clouds. A combination of silicone edge graphics and aluminum frames created the structures that helped raise $2.1 million and built a tower that rose to 2700 ft tall! See for yourself how we did it and what the final skyscraper looked like.
STRETCHED SKINS: ALUMINUM FRAMES MEET PRINTED FABRIC
When full-service marketing agency, Ivor Andrew, went through their recent rebrand, they reached out to ER2 for guidance on how to showcase their new brand identity in a big way.
ER2 recommended a combination of aluminum framing and silicone edged fabric graphics to get the job done. Silicone edge graphics are a great choice for those looking to display high quality, crisp imagery with the flexibility to change out graphics in the future.