10 Quick Tips for New Display Ideas

10 QUICK TIPS FOR NEW DISPLAY IDEAS Ten simple addons that will elevate your display to the next level.   SOUND If it clicks, talks, crunches or plays three bars of Wild Thing, motion activated sound makes the most zoned out customer look.   LIGHTS In a sea of products washed in flat florescent lighting a little pop of light goes a long way. Ever watched a cat with a laser light?   MOTION Moving objects and images have captured our attention since birth. TechnologyRead more

Bringing Experience Design to the Mary Kay Museum

The Mary Kay Museum – An Experience Design by Diesel Displays Diesel Displays was contracted to design and produce Mary Kay’s new digital solution for their National Sales Director Gallery. With over 1,800 portraits on display representing women from twenty seven countries the exhibit had a problem: The existing exhibit had run out of space. Mary Kay Inc. took the need for an update as an opportunity to revamp the installation. Their focus would be one key element – experience design. Working togetherRead more

How do You Float a 600 Pumpkin Art Installation?

Our 600 Floating Pumpkin Art Installation An Autumn Display for Dallas Park & Recreation Dallas Parks and Recreation asked us to solve this question. To kick off the holiday season and brighten up the city employee’s day it seemed like a great idea for an art installation but who do you call for aquatic gourds? Diesel Displays accepted the challenge and got our feet wet, literally. All six hundred pumpkins and 1,200 accompanying leaves were placed in the fountain in less thanRead more

Diesel Displays Has Moved

Diesel Displays’ New 100,000 Sq. Ft. Facility – Carrollton, TX This summer Diesel Displays consolidated four Dallas locations to our new office in Carrollton, Texas. On August 1, 2015 we proudly were able to call this 100,000 square foot state of the art building home. We previously housed our facilities (collectively half this size) in Addison, Texas. But with a higher volume on our hands and the need to make space for new technologies, we had to grow. Diesel DisplaysRead more