Big Picture - August 2017 - 36
The 2016 Transit Loves the Arts competition brought in more than
200 bus design submissions from wrap artists and designers,
including a winning collaboration with dolphins and abstract art
from Dream Design Miami's Carlos Alvarez (facebook.com/dreamdesignmiami) and Dream Design Studio's Fernando Spolita (dreamdesignestudio.com.ar). The wrap was printed on an HP Designjet
L26500 printer with Orajet 3651 gray-based vinyl.
After years of mismatched interior
décor, The Home Depot needed to
unify its corporate offices. Parallax
(parallaxdigital.com) designed and
installed more than 250,000 square feet
of graphics at offices nationwide,
printing onto HP PVC-Free Durable
Smooth Wall Paper, Avery Dennison
repositionable vinyl, and Mactac Rebel
RB428P using their HP Latex 3100 and
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The Versailles Philadelphia apartment
building, inspired by architectural
elements from France's Palace of
Versailles, wasn't complete until Puca's
Painting & Wallcoverings (facebook.
com/pucaspainting) printed and
installed a 9 x 20-foot photographic
wall mural. Puca's printed the image
with their HP Latex 360 printer onto
Presto Tape CanvasTac, finishing with
Marabu matte liquid laminate.
Bootleggers bar and grill turned to
Fastsigns Lynchburg (fastsigns.
com/2062) to draw attention to the
restaurant's hidden entrance below
street level. The shop worked to create
a design that wouldn't be hindered by
the working garage door panels, printing
with a Roland VersaExpress RF-640
onto 3M Scotchcal IJ35C film and
finishing with 3M anti-graffiti laminate.
Color Ink (colorink.com) faced a unique
challenge from Masterpieces Puzzle
Company: create a 20 x 40-foot vintage
toy store for their International Toy Fair
booth using only Falconboard. Color Ink
imaged 6210 square feet of material on
their Inca Onset Q40, shipping all pieces
in three crates to New York for a
tool-free, one-day assembly.