A Recyclable Rigid Substrate.
Graphics, displays and signage are a vast part of visual communication in our environments and therefore place a significant impact on sustainability practices. They enable our day to day communications in grocery stores, retail shops, homes, schools, and way-finding systems. With such a large reach, society has come to expect and place its trust in organizations to ensure the public’s safety and behave responsibly and sustainably.
AlphaGraphics (AG) is Seattle’s go-to print services provider. The team recently completed a series of interior wall graphics for architecture firm KPG. AG representatives explain, “KPG is an interdisciplinary design firm. They have an expert team of architects, engineers, urban designers, and construction professionals. So it’s fair to say that they understand the importance of visual aesthetics in the workplace.” (more…)
The hoarding specialists at Spiral Colour assist their client in new applications from start to finish. The team is uniquely involved in the hoarding process from its initial design to its installation, ensuring the highest quality finished product. The team was commissioned by Trustford to create and install their Wilmslow hoarding. (more…)
All rigid substrates are not created equal.
That’s the philosophy adhered to by employees at Kalamazoo, Mich.-based Agio Imaging, a large-format custom print solution provider, when determining the best rigid substrate for graphic displays. When PVC (polyvinyl chloride) is deemed the best solution for creating interior signage, Agio Imaging turns to Sintra® graphic display board by 3A Composites USA. (more…)
The Cadbury’s World Theme Park in Birmingham, England is reminiscent of Willie Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. The large format digital printing specialists at PressOn were commissioned by RMA Themed Attractions to create the Park’s interactive and completely immersive 4D zone. (more…)
In the summer of 2015, Mercedes-Benz in Macclesfield, a market town in Cheshire, England, approached the sign specialists at Spiral Colour to help in the installation and printing of their showroom graphics. (more…)
Parker Design created a complete rebranding and identity program for the King’s Leadership Academy in Warrington, England. With the help of print specialists at Spiral Colour, the team produced a series of visuals for both the interior and exterior of the school. The large graphics were printed onto Dibond aluminum composite material. (more…)
Gatorfoam has been the industry’s leading heavy-duty foam board for over 30 years, and one company has been using it since its creation. Howmac Dimensional Graphics is a family-owned and operated sign company in Sedro Woolley, Washington. The company has been serving the signage and display industry since 1987. (more…)
Visual merchandising specialists, The Bernard Group out of Chanhassen, Minnesota, have a client list that features some of the top retailers in a variety of categories to include companies like: Kate Spade, Best Buy, Sephora, Delta and West Marine. Their extensive knowledge of the retail market is showcased in their fixtures and merchandisers seen in stores nationwide. (more…)
Back in 2011, the New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS) and the New Hampshire Lottery created the World’s Largest Authentic Scratch Lottery Ticket in the hopes of grabbing a coveted position in the Guinness Book of World Records. (more…)