High definition metallic prints have become increasingly popular for exhibits, galleries, home and office décor. They are available with a white base or as a silver base, both producing vibrant colors and stunning image clarity. The metallic silver base adds a dimension or depth to the artwork that cannot be created with ink alone. The shimmer or luminescence added to the print is almost magical.
The prints are made using a dye-sublimation process. The inks are transferred to the metal ... Continue Reading →
The nicer weather that comes with spring and summer means more people will be outside hosting events and festivals. That means it is also time to start thinking about advertising these events with printed banners.
Hanging banners is a great way to get publicity for an event. They can be strategically placed in high traffic areas and are seen by both foot traffic and road traffic.
SignCenter produces banners every day. Every type of banner, from pole to over the ... Continue Reading →
We covered a lot of information in our last post on popular window graphics. Today we are going to discuss an option for windows that is exclusive to SignCenter. To clarify, the substrate itself is not unique to us, but what we do with it is pretty spectacular. So much so that any time someone asks our CSR Debbie about it, she gets happy and responds, “Oh, I love polypropylene!”
Polypropylene is a synthetic medium that is a digital ... Continue Reading →
Window graphics are the ideal signage for retail environments. They give brands an opportunity to attract passersby and they are easy to install and take down, which is perfect for frequently changed messaging.
There is an incredible number of substrates available for windows and each one is worthy in its own right. The key is understanding which window media will work best for its intended use and the desired look.
First, let’s review color and light characteristics.
Translucent: Allows light through. ... Continue Reading →
There is so much creativity in the world and here at SignCenter, we have the luxury of seeing some of the best imaginations at play when we print and produce environmental graphics.
Environmental graphics, also known as environmental design graphics, as described by the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD), “embraces many design disciplines including graphic, architectural, interior, landscape, and industrial design, all concerned with the visual aspects of wayfinding, communicating identity and information, and shaping the idea of creating experiences ... Continue Reading →