7th March 2018

Concept Foundry recently printed and installed graphics for a new Marks & Spencer Food-to-Go store in Ludgate Circus, London.

This was a two-day installation project and the results are the bold and eye-catching sight we envisioned.

The Ludgate Circus site now displays an array of creative print pieces by Concept Foundry, showcasing a range of services that we offer.

The self-adhesive vinyl prints of sandwiches and coffee are a tempting site as you approach the new store. The process involved reverse printing the pieces and then applying them to the inside of the shop’s windows.

Our work is also visible inside the new M&S store. The refrigerator section is now accompanied by a set of bright hanging panels that picture a delicious selection of M&S food.


The foamcore panels placed in metal framed hanging kits are a cost-effective material with a high-quality look. We love how they echo the bold and fresh look of the vinyl adhesives on the shop front.

Concept Foundry also created and installed the ‘Coffee to Go’ signage. The lettering is an eye-catching addition to the store’s interior. We applied the profile cut acrylic letters directly to the wall with adhesive tape, which has provided the smooth quality of finish and enabled the piece to fit seamlessly into its environment.

Beneath the signs header are self-adhesive vinyl cut graphics that we produced to complete the sign’s message.

We are proud to have helped M&S make an impressive visual statement. It is important for them to stand out from the crowd in such a busy and competitive location, and we hope our graphics contribute towards the success of this new store.

If you have a project that needs Concept Foundry’s expertise then we’d love to hear from you!