Vintage Shipping Crate Labels

I've included here a few shipping labels that I've designed that will go on Chesbro Music Co's NAMM booth. You'll notice that these are quite distressed. I've made them to look like they've been shipped across the ocean and/or have been heavily used. This year we've designed the NAMM booth to be a 1920's shipping/loading dock. You can see some images of the back wall of the booth here. You can also see Last year's NAMM booth which was a hybrid of this theme. We'll be replacing the back wall and reusing the crate stacks.

Shipping Crates: Trade Show Booth

Design by Cory Kerr This is some work in progress shots of the booth I designed. You can see the original drawing here. Combined with the crate stacks and tower of music from last year's booth,

this 16'x6'x12' booth represents the large warehouse full of product that Chesbro Music Co has ready to ship to your store. Now we just have to throw a bunch of guitars and ukes up there and some signage to describe them and blam-o... we're ready to go. The cool thing is that this booth sets up in less than an hour and breaks down to fit on two pallets.

Trade Show Booth Design: NAMM 2013

Here's the first draft of Chesbro Music Co.'s 2013 winter NAMM booth. 20120823-232809.jpg This will be the back wall of what will look like a large shipping and receiving dock/warehouse. We'll be reusing parts of last year's booth, but moving away from the "beach shack" look towards a full shipping and receiving facility. This booth will be completely modular and will collapse down and fit on a couple of pallets. I'll produce it with normal cheap woods, then distress and age them. Some graphics in the form of labels, stencils and wood burning will be applied to convey the idea of the crates coming from different parts of the world and different countries.