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Chicago Spearheaded by imaging technology supplier Ricoh, the Save the Memory project has returned over 90,000 photographs to their owners after the pictures were washed away in the record-setting earthquake and tsunami that devastated the country in 2011. The initiative's searchable database holds 418,721 restored and digitized images, some more than a century old. The National Hellenic Museum needed a fearless team to install this 150-square-foot mural for its "Greek America and the Civil Rights Movement" exhibit. Why fearless? GMedia ( owner Elmer Martinez nearly plunged over a railing with a 25-foot drop while installing the graphics, printed on Avery MPI 2611 Wall Film with the shop's Mutoh ValueJet 1624. New Orleans Texas Cleveland Visitors who venture beyond Bourbon Street can tour Louisiana's swampland on hovercrafts wrapped by PG NOLA ( This wrap, created using Arlon Matte Fierce Orange and Avery Matte Black films, is pinstriped with yellow Avery High Gloss Reflective Film. The logo was printed on 3M 680CR reflective film with 3M 8518 laminate. Local artists signed this guitar, wrapped by BSG Wraps (, after performing at a childhood cancer charity event for 12-year-old Sammy Rangel, who has been battling tumors since 2007. The guitar was given to Sammy and features graphics printed with an HP Designjet L25500 on Avery MPI 1005 Supercast Easy Apply RS vinyl and 1460 gloss overlaminate. Kyrie Irving fans were dying to walk in the Cavaliers point guard's shoes when they attended an exclusive release of his signature Nikes at Quicken Loans Arena. Central Graphics ( used Mactac Rebel RB599R with Permacolor LUV laminate and Imagin StreetRap film with PermaFlex overlaminate to create temporary floor and window graphics that could withstand eager feet and cold temperatures. BIG PICTURE June/July 2015 Japan 48

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