About the artist: invoke curiosity at a glance.
If you had a computer in the mid-1980s, you might be familiar with the Commodore 64. While impressive for its time, if today’s computers and exhibition booth design software are like an airline jet, the Commodore was like a horse-drawn carriage.
A professional designer since 2000, Larry Larrivee’s fascination with digital artwork and design stretches back to his Commodore 64 days. As the technology evolved, he was there embracing the changes and pushing its limits.
In 2010 his attention to detail and quick turnaround times brought him to large format design. He enjoys the challenge of a sleek presentation that catches the shopper’s eye and has just enough information to draw them in for a conversation.
Here is what a few past customers have said after receiving their displays. Testimonials.