Consumables-Media – Wallcoverings
The winning design in a Design-a-Bus-Wrap student art contest sponsored by Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions was unveiled earlier this month. The contest was open to middle school and high school students living in or being schooled in Lake County, Ohio, during the 2022-23 school year.
In the graphic installation community, car, boat and motorcycle wraps have always been considered the “sexy" side of the industry. And who can deny it? But for me, as a business owner, profits and shareholder distributions are two things that are very sexy to me.
Binick Imaging, a Florida-based print service provider, used an HP Latex 700W and HP Latex R2000 to print and install graphics on over one hundred glass doors, across four floors of the Joe Dimaggio hospital in Miami in two days.
A shift in the type of printing it is being asked to do has inspired Kishwaukee College Printing and…
Napco Research Analyst Cory Francer sat down to chat with Ken Hanulec, VP of worldwide marketing for EFI, to discuss recent company news, EFI's latest soft signage technologies, and hybrid technologies and applications that are happening across the wide-format industry.
Toronto-based sign-maker Minoh Inc. used Drytac ReTac Textures Linen embossed film to create a series of striking wall graphics that were integrated as part of a wider interior video wall display.
Recess Creative used wall graphics created by Repros Inc. as an aid in keeping a dedicated interior wall space within a large international airport clean and protected.
Leeds, UK-based wide-format printing and signage specialist Imageco used Drytac SpotOn SynTac and ViziPrint Deco + to produce a range of POS and window graphics for footwear brand Dr. Martens at its new test and learn concept store on Carnaby Street in London.
Printing for local schools can be both a lucrative and rewarding business opportunity.
Using Mactac’s IMAGin ROODLE, BIZPORT created a statement-making graphic and applied it to a 26x75' interior wall at the Virginia Beach Sports Center’s main entrance.