Massive swatches of color could be found covering a portion of Downtown Chicago during the summer of 2012, as the intersection and surrounding buildings at Adams and State Streets were decorated with a bright plethora of reds, greens, and blues. This vinyl display as all part of “Color Jam,” the city’s biggest large-scale public art project…ever. In our September 2012 issue (“Color Jam is On”), we detailed how Bloomingdale Signs By Tomorrow in Bloomingdale, Illinois, coordinated this project, printed or painted the different vinyl materials, and oversaw the installation. The slideshow below shows the ground-level wraps created with General Formulations (GFI) Automark™ 230-54 conform vinyl paired with GFI’s gloss and matte cast laminate on their HP DesignJet 9000 solvent printer.
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