Gone are the days when textured wall surfaces like brick, block and stucco were overlooked as potential design or advertising space. In recent years, plain white block walls and other textured walls have become unique canvases for displaying school spirit, visually capturing the hearts of a hospital’s patients and visitors or supporting a company’s brand messaging in restaurants, sport complexes, museums, parking garages and beyond.
Color matching is especially essential for vehicle wraps. The intended audience for these graphic investments is keen to know when a brand color is off, which can create a distraction from the key messaging being shared.
Install window graphics to a large glass-dome ceiling, allowing sunlight to pass through and offering softened back-lit illumination.
Print and install a massive, statement-making wall graphic on a 26-foot by 75-foot interior entrance wall at a state-of-the-art indoor sports complex.
The wrapping of this arcade game was done in 10 easy steps. This wrap was printed on Mimaki's latest eco-solvent printer, the JV100-160, and laminated with Mimaki's LA-160W heat-assisted laminator. The panels were cut with Mimaki's CG-FX Plus cutter plotter. The digital media used for this application was Mactac REBEL RB528H High Tack and the laminate was PERMACOLOR ColorGard LUV 8200.