Football Fan Wallpaper
This wall mural shows a great image of a football stadium with the city of Chicago in the background. It makes a real statement for a football fan, and any fan of this great city.
A wall mural is a great way to do something dramatic with a small wall like this, which otherwise can be tough to do much with. It’s always fun to see people pointing out where they live, or a place where they were recently. A mural like this gets a lot of attention!
The interior design was by Inspired Interior of Chicago.
Wall Mural in a Sales Office
I was playing golf at Bonita National in Florida over the long weekend, and poked my nose in the Lennar model home near the clubhouse. Sure enough, they had a wall mural we made in the sales area!
This is a great way to sell the homes along the golf course, with pictures of happy people and scenic views. Evidently sales are going very well, and I like to think that at least in a small way our wall mural helps.
Best of all, I shot a 92, a personal best for me! Which gives you an idea of how bad a golfer I usually am.
Here’s a sign we did recently on reflective media. The customer wanted to be sure it would be visible at night, and didn’t want to go to the expense of installing and powering lights.
We printed on reflective media with our HP Latex printer, which uses UV stable inks that are permanent and color correct. We applied the media to a piece of 1/4″ sintra board.
Our customer is John Libby, a young CPA setting up shop in town. We wish him the best!
We do a lot of photo enlargement. Digital printing allows you to show pictures of product, happy customers, and company history. It does it quickly and affordably, especially compared to the old methods that required big tanks of photo chemicals and drying rollers.
These photos are in the lobby of Cardinal Gas Storage Co. They show unique features of their company’s equipment and capabilities.
Wall Mural Collage
Here’s a wall mural of photos of the Cresskill Borough in New Jersey.
What I think is cool about this is that they can show all the facilities in the town with a single mural, instead of printing and framing 13 pictures. And, of course, it sets the tone for people coming into the building.