Exhibition and event graphic company, Perton Signs, overcame high winds, rain and and humidity to deliver over 500 sets of graphics to Frieze London which opened today in Regent's Park, London.

The event, an art fair which takes place in temporary structures erected in the park, runs between 17 -20 October and Perton Signs has supplied graphics to the show for the past nine years during which time the show has continued to grow. This year Perton Signs has supplied both internal and external signs and graphics to the event in varying materials and substrates that have been mounted onto everything from directly to walls through to external, wind permeable banners.

Andrew Kennedy, director of Perton Signs said, “We have been fortunate to work on this very special show for the past nine years and seen the Frieze London grow year on year. Our greatest challenge is the time of year, as summer turns to Autumn the weather becomes a significant consideration, from wind speeds to humidity, it all has an effect upon how we produce and install the graphics and signs. I'm delighted to say that our on-site team has done a great job and the show looks fabulous.”