One in five projects recognised in the FESPA top 20 delivered by Embrace

20% of the top twenty most creative outdoor print applications internationally have been delivered by Embrace, according to a new review by FESPA.

The independent review was conducted by Rob Fletcher for FESPA – the federation of 37 national associations globally for the screen, textile and digital printing community.

Four Embrace Building Wraps projects from 2020 have received recognition in the industry-leading selection.

The initial phase of the printed scaffold wrap for Selfridges in Birmingham was selected, which will ultimately form a record-breaking 10,400m2 digitally printed scaffold banner featuring a stunning design by Osman Yousefzada.

The eco-responsible wrap at Newson’s Yard for Grosvenor Estate garnered praise as the first UK installation to feature our revolutionary PVC-free and reusable banner material.

A vinyl cabin wrap project at Crystal Palace F.C. was recognised due to the sheer impact of the transformation – a masterclass in changing an unsightly modular cabin at Selhurst Park to a branding dream, adorned with image of the players and loved by for the club and fans alike.

Finally, the striking neon lightbox-effect creative deployed at Carnaby Street as part of the 2020 Christmas light installation was chosen. The 1000 m2 printed scaffold wrap invited visitors to Choose Love in collaboration with a local charity.

Greg Forster, Managing Director at Embrace Building Wraps said:

We are delighted to have delivered four of the top twenty memorable and eye-catching print applications around the world last year, all installed here in the UK. We are incredibly grateful for the recognition from FESPA and will continue to push the boundaries in building wraps and outdoor print media.

You can find out more about each of the best-in-class projects at Selfridges Birmingham, Newson’s Yard, Crystal Palace F.C. and Carnaby Street in the News and Work sections of our website.