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in this issue June/July 2014 Volume 19 No. 5 COLUMNS 4 InSight Bidding a fond farewell. 16 Graphics on the Go Reaping the rewards of correct color. DEPARTMENTS 6 A celebrity-filled mural at the Royal Albert Hall. 18 FEATURES 8 By Mike Antoniak 36 R+D Flavor Paper proves there is little the well-known wallcoverings company can't do with its combination of digital and screen-printed offerings. The Brooklynbased shop provides patterns and murals for clients ranging from interior designers to museums. 24 Step-by-Step: Deer Caught in the Spotlight By Shane Furey As part of a rebranding project for the interior décor of its chain of restaurants, Red Robin wanted to find some unique ways to implement graphics so they would stand out among the traditional wall prints. This step-by-step from bluemedia details the process of one of its proposals: a faux trophy deer head. 28 Stay Sharp with Cutters and Routers Cutting to size or shape is often a critical step in the finishing process. But what kind of machine is best for your particular operation and the types of jobs you typically take on? To help you decide, we provide more than 50 sources of cutters, cutting systems, routers, and trimmers designed for wide-format graphics. 2 THE BIG PICTURE JUNE/JULY 2014 Up Front News and noteworthy. 18 Flavorful Interiors ON THE COVER: A wall mural by Flavor Paper ( featuring photographer Boone Speed's Leap of Faith image, printed on Dreamscape Terralon. Cover design by Kathleen DeZarn. Wide Angle 6 A recap of the latest tech, products, and supplies introduced at ISA Sign Expo 2014. 48 Explorer A 3D-printed house under construction in Amsterdam.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The Big Picture - June/July 2014

The Big Picture - June/July 2014
Wide Angle
Up Front
Graphics on the Go
Flavorful Interiors
Step-by-Step: Deer Caught in the Spotlight
Stay Sharp with Cutters and Routers

The Big Picture - June/July 2014