In one of its most unusual jobs to date, Tecna UK Limited has created a replica of a London bus out of T3 Fabframe for DJ Norman Jay MBE, a leading pioneer of house music. The replica ¾ scale London Bus has now appeared at events around the world, including the Snowbombing Festival in Mayrhofen, Austria where Norman Jay was to be found on the London Bus half way up a mountain, playing to amazed partygoers.
Simeon Wicks, Managing Director of Tecna UK was delighted to be involved in the project, and comments, "It’s not everyday that we get involved in such a unique project as this one but jobs like these show exactly how versatile T3 really is.”
The T3 Fabframe London Bus is built using the patented T3 easy build “connect, twist and lock” system that doesn’t require tools. The T3 frame is then clad in fabric graphics that attach quickly and easily to the modular frame. Wickes explains, “Easy build was a really important factor in this job as the T3 Fabframe London Bus needs to be built quickly by different teams of unskilled labour in various locations. In all it takes as little as two hours for two people to build the London Bus set for Norman Jay.”
When dismantled, the T3 Fabframe London Bus packs neatly and easily away into specially designed T3 storage bags and crates than can be easily transported and stored ready for the next big party.
Jonathan Evitt, Managing Director of Tecna Display Limited and inventor of T3, adds, "Once again, Tecna UK have really pulled out the stops and created an inspirational set that is an amazing showcase for the T3 display system.”
[photo shows Fabframe bus at Snowbombing Festival in Mayrhofen, Austria]