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Proudly Serving the Industry for Over 25 Years

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Fine Design Associates, Inc. is a theatrical lighting design firm proudly serving the industry for over 25 years in the field of exhibit lighting, trade show lighting, theatrical production, live event lighting and special event lighting.

From the Road

AAD 2019 in DC

We had a wonderful return to AAD (Dermatology) in Washington, D.C., we were very fortunate to debut the new fresh look in support of Access TCA for the Dermia QBrexza brand! To simulate the “cloth-like” element of the product (a clinical wipe), we employed a Kinetic Lighting system to compose different looks with very subtle … Continued

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MATS 2019 in Louisville, KY

Another visit back to MATS with a larger presence on the show floor with Cooper Tires making great use of the hanging signs to illuminate the product below.  Making use of high output automated lights we were able to produce enough light to make the tires pop, a difficult task when lighting a black material.

AbbVie AAD 2019

Another beautiful iteration of the AbbVie Humira property by Czarnowski with a nice integration of lighting and LED tile walls to create movement in texture with the booth anchored by a beautiful SEG fabric wall.

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CES 2019 Exhibit Lighting

It is always awesome starting out with what is always our biggest project of the year, the mighty Consumer Electronics Show, CES 2019 in Las Vegas, NV.  Going back for many years, this show is very special to all of us at Fine Design, me in particular for the amazing projects we’ve been included in … Continued

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Medical Mayhem

Our November was filled with a great deal of medical/pharmaceutical trade shows and events. We as a team at Fine Design are always thankful for the opportunity to work around the folks that help others. Be it through a simple brand activation or presenting information about the advances in medicine to attendees and being able … Continued

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Vegas in October

The Fine Design team had an amazing October involving trade shows across the country. Some major events overlapped in Las Vegas, with a beautiful effort by everyone involved. Our kindest thanks to our wonderful client teams and our amazing vendor, 4 Wall Las Vegas. Our success would not have been possible without the local support … Continued

AbbVie Village ACG 2018

Designed and Produced by Czarnowski, the second iteration of the AbbVie Village showcasing the three distinct brands of Humira, Mavert and Creon for the ACG show in Philadelphia.

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When I look at some of the award winning work we have produced over the years, there is frequently a common denominator on the team: Fine Design. When real theatrical lighting and dramatic presentations are a must, we seek out Paul for his deep knowledge, comprehensive solutions and excellent delivery. I always know that the lighting component of our projects will be carried out flawlessly and on budget.
Rich McAdam, President MC2 Exhibits
In my over a decade of working with Paul Fine and his team he has been a true creative partner and collaborator. From the innovation he brings to lighting a trade show booth to how he expertly can light a motorcycle like no other, making the chrome shine and gleam like no other. From agency to agency I have been a part of, I was happy to bring along Paul for the ride.
Chuck Santoro - Partner, Chief Creative Proscenium
Exhibit lighting is something that has to be absolutely right the first time because you don’t get a second chance.  It’s like fireworks, or a wedding reception, it has to be perfect the first time. When you only have one chance to get the meal just right, you absolutely need a talented, experienced chef like Paul and his team in the kitchen.
Mark Bendickson Designer + Principal exhibitdesign

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