Here’s a great use of large format printing– an interesting display at Plymouth State University describing the events and legislation leading up to the preservation of the White Mountain National Forest.
The prints are mounted on gatorboard, gloss laminated, and have a black plastic edge trim that gives them the look of a frame, as well as protecting the edges from damage.
Plymouth State has a hanging system that uses clips that set in a groove in the wall, with a nylon strip ending in a snap that attaches to the picture frame wire on the back of the piece. The system allows displays to be positioned anywhere along the wall, and at any height, without any nails being driven.
It’s a great display, and a very interesting story about how the National Forests were created.