It is now 2018 and we look back at our achievements throughout the year. We have been increasingly busy by creating work for top blockbuster films including: Logan, Despicable 3, Kong: Skull Island, The Great Wall, Ghost in the Shell, Alien Covenant, Baywatch, and many others. These graphics also allowed us to offer new products including: inflatable and customized large scale backlit prop and display using our T3 System. This year we expanded our locations in New York and other cities in the United States. We also created large scale step and repeats for Miss Universe and a pop-up for Air Jordan. Check out a year to remember!
CinemaCon once again took place in Las Vegas from the 19th to the 23rd of April. It is the world’s largest trade show geared towards the theater picture owner. One can find the most recent advances in and products and equipment. There were over five hundred booths and twelve demonstration locations. Located at the Conference Center of the famed Ceesars Palace, CinemaCon is the perfect place to house the movie industry for one week in April. Two leading companies are the partners this year. They are NAC (National Association of Concessonaires) and ICTA (International Cinema Technology Association). Olson Visual was proud to sponsor the event. They placed graphics all over the place including: elevators, floors, walls, escalators, etc. Check out these images of their amazing work.
It’s that time of the year again! CinemaCon, the world’s biggest convention for movie exhibitors and distributors will be held at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas March 24 – 27! Our Studio clients are reminded to contact Olson Visual’s Mark Bastian, Jake Smith or Brian Posey for your graphics needs to avoid last minute rush charges.
There is only 1 week left before CinemaCon 2013 hits Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas! So if you have any last minute needs from Olson Visual, please contact Mark Bastian, Brian Posey or Jake Smith immediately! See you all soon!
Olson Visual reminds its valued Clients that there are only 18 days before CinemaCon 2013 begins. If you haven’t already, please place your orders with Olson’s Mark Bastian, Brian Posey and Jake Smith to avoid rush charges. See you all at CinemaCon 2013 as we celebrate the movie going experience!
Olson Visual is the official graphics provider for CinemaCon and as such, printed and installed most of the signage you saw at CinemaCon 2012. All the elevator doors, escalator walls, floors, mirrors and walls were decorated with graphics printed and installed by Olson Visual. How did Olson Visual install all the CinemaCon 2012 graphics at Caesar’s Palace? Click on the link below to take a short journey with us as we show you how our talented staff did it… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z01e8yWHVKo&feature=youtube_gdata_player
Olson Visual is known for being the premiere graphic leader in museums and entertainment. OV knows how to decorate and adorn any event with top quality signage and is the official graphic provider for CinemaCon. All of the escalator walls, elevator doors, floors, walls and mirrors were adorned with graphics printed by Olson Visual. The crew started the installation a week prior to this major entertainment events. Every day they worked to provide the most seamless and best quality graphic signage that captured the amazing visuals of today’s feature films. Click on this link to see a short video of the installation at CinemaCon:
CinemaCon 2012 is fast approaching and the excitement is building… As April 23 approaches, I’m reminded of the first time I experienced an industry convention called ShoWest. In 1989, I was charged with coordinating the transportation & staging of The Batmobile used in Tim Burton’s BATMAN to Bally’s Hotel/Casino in Las Vegas for the Warner Bros. Luncheon. I was so excited because I had always heard of this unique event, which takes place once a year where the Studios show off their upcoming releases to theatre owners. This, coupled with the fact that I was responsible for bringing BATMAN’s Batmobile to show the theatre owners was doubly exciting! From 1989 thru 2001, my responsibility was to coordinate the staging of the Warner Bros. Luncheon in Bally’s Grand Ballroom. It was an event that I never tired of and had the most fun (outside of staging my own publicity stunts). The Warner Bros.… read more →