How is this for cool, we can supply and install your very own custom designed splashback with any image you like printed on them. This one is printed directly onto stainless steel and laminated but we can also print directly onto glass. Just another way you can make it all klik!
If you go down to the woods today… well not the woods more like the hills out in Lesmurdie! You’ll find our latest installation of custom wallpaper. Kanyana Wildlife reserve has been undergoing a transformation of it’s museum, part of which is the installation of this feature wall behind it’s reception area. The funds for […]
Fremantle has been buzzing with excitement lately over the makeover currently underway to the old MYER building just off Queen St. We have been lucky enough to have the opportunity to offer our services to the cause with this being our first decal installation in the building for Kate & Abel. The decal is made […]
It definitely feels like summer is almost here! And with the wave of interest we have experienced from our client base for boat orientated signage it is shaping up to be an exciting couple of months. If you recognise this boat then your probably right, it used to scoot up and down the swan river […]
Another win in the world of logo design for Klik! We’ve been working together with RVM on this new retail brand that will hit the shelves of undisclosed retail outlets soon. The brand will mainly cover high quality/caliber wall mounting units for your flat screen TV and also other brackets for home entertainment products such […]
Klik Creative has been working closely with RVM’s product development manager over the past few months to develop a brand name and packaging for their range of cookware to be presented at last week’s Harvey Norman Conference held in Melbourne. We were excited to hear that the product has generated a huge amount of interest at […]
Our client Prime Pumps approached us last week and requested a range of 20 signs and stickers be made ready for shipment up North by Wednesday. These stickers will be exposed to the harsh desolate environment that Northern Western Australia is famous for and so they needed to be able to withstand constant sunlight, rain […]