Transporting, setting up, and tearing down artisan displays can be a difficult, time-consuming task. You’ve got to drag your displays to the site, assemble them, position them and – when it’s all said and done – do it all again in reverse when the fair is over. While you can fall into a routine and get things done pretty quickly, there will always – inevitably – be setbacks that force you to reconsider your plan. Did the fair organizer reduce the amount of space you have available? Maybe you’re now in a corner rather than a central booth? These kinds of hiccups can wreak havoc on your day, making you rethink your approach and, even worse, making you rework your entire display setup. In this post, we’re going to look at how Abstracta’s modular furniture can help you set up and tear down for art fairs quickly and without hassle.
Modular displays result in modular plans
Modular displays let you reassess your plans when circumstances change. With a traditional shelving unit or table, you’re forced into a specific configuration. For a central booth, you may bring a large, straight shelving unit. If you’re relocated to a corner booth, however, you may need a display that hugs that corner. With Abstracta’s modular displays, you’re able to swiftly adjust your plans. Using our innovative tube and connector system, your straight unit can become a corner unit. No more multiple trips, no more ruined plans and – most importantly – no more wasted time!
At Abstracta, we pride ourselves on offering affordable, adaptable solutions to common display problems. Built on modularity, our display systems are designed to be flexible and to address your needs as they arise… and as they change. If you’ve been searching for a way to quickly – and easily – set up and tear down at art fairs and markets, be sure to check out the artisan units in our store!