Significant and coordinated visual impact

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Wallstudios worked with Free Eyre to ensure that they made a significant and coordinated visual impact both within their marquee and right around the Field Days site - and the result: a sea of FREE Eyre.

FREE Eyre is a grower owned unlisted company, established with the specific focus to add value and take control over agricultural marketing for Eyre Peninsula growers. With in excess of 500 farmer members, FREE Eyre identifies and develops new business opportunities that add value to the Eyre Peninsula farmers and other enterprises.

Long standing client Free EYRE approached Wallstudios as they were heading the the Eyre Peninsula Field days and wanted to make an impression. Free EYRE is proud supplier of renewable energy to the EP Field Days with a new solar system supplying the Field Day's power for the next 30 years. We designed and organised flags, buntings, balloons and signage which gave free Eyre the professional image and visual impact that they were looking for.

"The biannual Eyre Peninsula Field Days is one of the most important opportunities for FREE Eyre to connect with our 500 rural shareholders and spread the word on our recent achievements and forthcoming strategies.  Wallstudios worked with us to ensure that we made a significant and coordinated visual impact both within our marquee and right around the Field Days site - and the result: a sea of FREE Eyre.  Thanks guys, yet another job well done !! " Mark Rodda - CEO Free EYRE

Last modified on Monday, 03 September 2012 20:05
Matthew Wall

Matthew Wall, Creative and Managing Director

Wallstudios Creative and Managing Director, Matthew Wall formed Wallstudios in partnership with wife Michelle Wall in Adelaide in 2002. With over 15 years experience in Graphic design, Web Design / Development and Commercial Photography.

Matthew was born in Adelaide, Australia in 1971. He studied commercial photography and design in Montreal Canada before moving back to his home town of Adelaide.

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