Google® Rounded Wood Runway

I surmise that the wood laminate for this extended Google® Runway-as-Endcap is steam-and-heat bent to round the initial curve. It is an uncommon shape in retail so something that calls attention to itself. The overall wood construction is also designed to set the display apart from run-of-the-mill Gondola. Strips of color make an additional statement though…

Samsung Sign Stick

Possibly inspired by plug-in thumb drives, I liked the simplicity and verticality of this Samsung table-top sign. Its present limitation is that it plugs-into the tabletop in a custom hole. But I’ll bet that with a few tweaks it couldd mount to a portable table-top base, and maybe even be designed to accept sign inserts…

Nook® Table Stand Sign

Though a single upright variant can also be seen in the broadest view, I appreciated this twin-upright configuration as more visually interesting and pleasingly proportioned. An “Orange Peel” finish black powdercoat base upped the textural ante too. CLICK the gallery for various views. Sorry if I didn’t concentrate on the single-upright sign. Been there, done…

Nook® Table Slots

My best guess was that slot-mount displays for Nook allowed the various models to be slid next to each other for comparison or easy cross-sell. The slotted table wouldd accept many more display stands, and possibly could be repurposed for other merchandise. I wonder if the position and angle of the Nooks was calibrated for…