Vinyl Graphics

Towering Works of Art The Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) celebrates its hundredth birthday this year with a number of larger-than-life pieces of art, which aim to “bring artwork out to the public in ways that are unexpected,” according to Michelle Courtright, president of Made, the agency behind all of the birthday surprises for the MIA. Made specializes in everything to do with physical and tangible branding, and over the last year, it has rolled out a number of projects to celebrate the MIA (including a dragon ice sculpture, crop art, and giant replicas of works of art). But the wraps applied to three Minnesota water towers in May might be the biggest birthday surprise of all—in size and in the amount of project management it took to get the job done.

Festive Window Graphics
Each year, World Outreach Church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, spreads holiday cheer to shoppers at its local Stones River Mall by sponsoring its annual giftwrap station. Set up at the food court entrance, the church transformed the high-traffic area with... Read More
HP Introduces the First Customizable Wallcovering That Needs No Top Coat
HP proves that the digital arts industry still has the ability to surprise and invent with the introduction of a unique, first-of-its-kind customizable wallcovering. HP PVC-free Durable Smooth Wall Paper is the only product in the industry that is Type... Read More
Mactac Unveils New Logo as Company Evolves
Mactac® has officially unveiled a new logo to better align its branding with company values as they continue to grow and evolve as a stand-alone company. For more than fifty years, Mactac has built its reputation on developing innovative products for a... Read More
Imprintables Warehouse Offers DuraPro 24-Inch Matte Paint Mask
DuraPro Paint Mask, available from Imprintables Warehouse, is perfect for creating stencils that make it easy to produce graphics, letters, numbers, and intricate designs with a professional painted finish. This 3.4-mil, calendered matte vinyl is... Read More
Roland DGA Introduces New Heat Transfer Material and Transfer Mask
Wide format digital printing leader Roland DGA has added new HeatSoft PLUS heat transfer material (HTM3) and polyester transfer mask (PTM2) to its lineup of premium-quality media offerings. Roland HeatSoft PLUS heat transfer material is a thin,... Read More

A Whole New Line of Innovative Changeable Graphics and Signage Systems
MagX America is pleased to announce the launch of a new and exciting product line, MagX Magnetically Receptive Systems! This system can be used to create changeable graphics and signage for retail environments, promotions, P-O-P, tradeshow displays, and... Read More
MAGIC to Host UV Cure-compatible Media and Applications Webinar in August
Coveris™ Advanced Coatings Digital Imaging division, a global market leader in the development and fulfillment of high-performance digital imaging substrates, will host a webinar on Thursday, August 27, 2015, to review UV cure-compatible media. The Magic... Read More
Paradigm Imaging Group Announces the SID 1600-EW Heat-Assisted Cold Laminator
Paradigm Imaging Group, a large format solutions provider whose expertise extends from scanning and outdoor applications to imaging systems integration, software development and product distribution is pleased to announce the newest Laminator from SID... Read More
Imprintables Warehouse Offers Arlon DPF 8000 for Hard-to-Stick Surfaces
Designed for indoor and outdoor graphics, Arlon DPF 8000 is an industrial-grade digital print pressure-sensitive vinyl film. Offered by Imprintables Warehouse, it is made out of 3.5-mil satin white engineered vinyl with a special lay-flat liner. A... Read More
RTape Expands Their VinylEfx Metallized Vinyl Product Line
RTape Corp., a Nekoosa Holdings, Inc. company, introduces VinylEfx® Air specifically for the growing printable specialty media market. VinylEfx Air is a metallized vinyl with air-egress, bubble-free technology suitable for a variety of wide format... Read More



2015 Winter/Spring Buyer's Guide


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