Duggal Visual Solutions Shares Favorite NYC Pride Month Displays
Great brands champion diversity inside and out. Each June, Pride Month brings the opportunity to not only reiterate inclusion within an organization, but also support the outward Pride celebration with branded graphics and window displays. Duggal Visual Solutions is truly proud to play a part in the national, annual transformation of retail storefronts and art galleries for Pride Month. Here are a few examples from Pride Month 2021 we're proud to have contributed to in our hometown of New York City:
Honoring the Community at the Chelsea Health Clinic
We're delighted to have helped ARCH Production and Design honor the community at the Chelsea Health Clinic with the colors of the "Progress" Pride flags. In a timely manner, we were able to print these large scale graphics on mesh material utilizing our UV printers.
Pride On at Kiehl’s
We're thrilled to have worked with Kiehl's to produce and install their vibrant Pride graphics. We printed the celebratory imagery on lowtac and installed the material over existing window vinyl.
Rainbow Walkway at Rockefeller Center
In New York, the eye-catching displays and immersive events bring even more Pride to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, like Rockefeller Center. Property owner Tishman Speyer called on Duggal Visual Solutions to produce rainbow pathways for Rockefeller Plaza, utilizing wide format floor graphics throughout the complex. Duggal provided material consulting followed by expert installation for a seamless and painted-on appearance.
Heart Studded Display at Stuart Weitzman in SoHo
Designer shoe brand Stuart Weitzman honored Pride Month with branded Instagram filters and stickers carry the essence of SW’s Pride campaign online, while Duggal Visual Solutions produced and installed Pride-themed window graphics for the Stuart Weitzman store in SoHo.
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