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Printed Vinyl That Gives the Effect of Paint on Brick Walls

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Did you know that printed vinyl graphics can be applied to brick walls and give the visual effect of paint?

We call this media application Rough Wrap, and it’s specially designed to be installed on rough walls and other textured surfaces.  When applied using heat, the vinyl molds into the textured surface giving a natural appearance similar to a painted mural. We recently produced Rough Wrap for a new Luke’s Lobster restaurant in New York City, who was partnering with RED to raise awareness for the global fund to fight AIDS.  The storefront was transformed to red using printed vinyl, which is a much easier method than traditional paint.  As you can see the outcome was a big success!

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Also as part of the project we produced a large interior adhesive vinyl graphic that measured 162″ x 68″ as seen below.

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If you are interested in signage for brick walls or any other signage solutions please feel free to Contact Us or give us a call at 800-962-3119.

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Frameless Backlit Fabric Invades Macy’s Herald Square

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Frameless Backlit Fabric Signage Everywhere at Macy’s 

Macy’s Herald Square is the flagship of the Macy’s department store chain. The building’s 2.2 million square feet made it the world’s largest department store from 1924 to 2009. That being said, visual trends in signage often begin and end inside Macy’s Herald Square.  Read More