Museum Panel with Wallboard Vinyl
This is a wallboard vinyl job we recently completed for the New Hampshire Historical Society.
They like wallboard vinyl because it prints beautifully, yet is easy to remove when the display needs to come down. That’s because it has a “sticky note” adhesive on the back that works great on painted drywall, but comes off without leaving any residue.
It’s also great when you have a landlord who insists that you leave the place with no trace that you were there!
Table Top Display
Sometimes you are doing a show where they give you a table with a drape, and that’s it. A small table top trade show display does the trick. This is one we did for Plymouth State here in town.
We used our crystal laminated prints and put velcro around the back to hold them onto the fuzzy face of the table top display.
We also did the design for them, giving them a very nice looking display, if I do say so myself! They thought so too.
Corporate Theme Mural
Here’s a wall mural we did recently for the CAEC Electrical Co-op in Alabama. When you walk into their lobby, you know what they do!
They love how it makes a statement, and it gets a lot of compliments.
You can have a wall mural made from just about any decent quality digital photo. We like to see 6 or 8 megapixel images, and of course they need to be sharp. More megapixels are always appreciated.