Here are a few images of some graphic we have been doing for Budweiser. They are going to go on fridges that look like a Marshall amp. These will go on the freezer door and on the side of the main door. pretty cool project!
I just wanted to post a few pics of a job we did recently at a local carpet store. They had about 10 images they wanted to display around the showroom for customers to see the possibilities of the product in their houses.
The go to product for this was PhotoTex. Perfect application for this type of work as they can remove and reposition as needed and have no worries about damaging the walls. Works like a charm!
Here are some recent graphics we did for the guys down at "The 519" and their FABARNAK Restaurant. For this project we printed the graphics for the windows on clear vinyl. The logo on the curved ceiling as well as the indoor trees and text was permanent vinyl, laminated for protection.
Never been there? Here is the text from their website so you can get an idea of what they are all about:
I hope you will check out the restaurant and support the training programs! Also keep an eye out for the spring graphic application! www.fabarnak.com
Have a look at this image above. Customers looking to stand out from the crowd are always looking for something new. One of the ways to get attention for your logo or graphic is by using a specialty vinyl like brushed chrome. This material can be used the same as any cut vinyl and applied to a multitude of surfaces for a nice flashy effect. Call or email me if you have any questions or if you are interested in this material.
Just finished up some more work at the Nike Distribution Centre. There were three main graphics here: large "Just Do It", Maxims and the large swoosh. The swoosh and the Just Do It were 8'h each by about 40' or so. All graphics were cut black and white vinyl. Client was very happy with the result!
Ok, another quick post to bring you up to date on the work we have been doing. We just finished up a couple of more wraps at the Sleeman Centre in Guelph. The first was another beer cart area for Sleeman and the other was a combo for Coke and Pizza-Pizza. I think both turned out great! Clients are happy!