HP created and donated a series of wall graphics for the Clinical Research Facility at Liverpool’s new Alder Hey in the Park Children’s Hospital. The project used HP’s Latex technology to create six photographic wall coverings inspired by natural surroundings.
In Paris even the metro stations look good, many of them adorned with large-format printed graphics like this one.
Signbox delivered this mural made up of 3,500 author names for book publisher Hachette UK’s Carmelite House site on the north bank of the River Thames. The mural - which will grow each year as names of are added - was digitally printed using HP Latex 360 printers, on Class O fire retardant LG 3880 high tack vinyl - approximately 450 linear metres of it in total. The vinyl was then matt laminated, CAD-cut and weeded for application.
This image shows one of the wallart solutions possible using Avery Dennison’s recently launched MPI 8000 Series of multi-purpose inkjet wall films. Newly available from William Smith, these films can be used on various wall finishes including treated wood, latex painted, plastered and concrete walls.
Custom wallpaper was printed by Pictowall to celebrate the Scarborough Cricket Club’s history ahead of the 2016 cricket season. Historic information about the club is included, as well as pictures of players and the grounds.
Branding company Integrity worked with W&Co to design, manufacture and install a series of large-format tension fabric LED light boxes to create this illuminated feature wall in the main reception at Inchcape West London Volkswagen in Brentford.
GJ Plastics in Manchester produced the large-format inkjet print elements of this 7m long ‘The Lowry Wall’ commissioned by Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust Hospital. Artist Gerry Halpin produced the artwork for the work which integrates laser cut coloured as well as printed Perspex acrylic.
Aran Ambitions from Detta Textiles mixes traditional knit with large-format inkjet print technology and was this summer showcased as part of an exhibition marking the culmination of the Global Irish Design Challenge. The collection included knit-effect wallpapers like this one, printed on demand in the UK and Ireland via the Robin Sprong website.
Sign and Digital UK event organiser Faversham House has installed a number of wall graphics at its two-storey offices. The project was sponsored by Papergraphics which provided Digimura 2.1 Smooth wallcovering and paste, and the images were printed on an HP Latex 360 printer by Vinyl Impression.
Adverset - which has a website called Pictowall for custom wallpaper – produced this personalised wallpaper for all four walls at a cycling studio in Peter Nelson Fitness in Pickering, North Yorkshire. The print was produced on the company’s HP Latex 360.
‘If you can imagine it, we can print it’ was the slogan plastered over M2’s Printeriors showcase, where a varnish printed onto the black wallpaper of the bar – to give it a flock effect – went down well with visitors.
Digetex creative director Debbie Mckeegan has designed this award winning range of wallapapers, called Arabesque, which is sold online (www.digetexhome.com) and doing particularly well in the US. All the papers are digitally printed the company’s Manchester factory.
Signs Express (Sheffield) has played its part in getting a new training facility ready for the rising stars of English basketball. Basketball England, the governing body for basketball in England, has moved its offices to the Sheffield site. A part of the English Institute of Sport building, Signs Express (Sheffield), provided signage and wall graphics for many areas.
London-based Onward Display used Mactac materials supplied by ADS for this high-profile exterior graphics promotion using the 2014 FIFA World Cup competition in Brazil as its central theme. Onward’s design and operations director Owen Jackson said: “The graphics installed at our main Margaret Street store gave us the opportunity to use the eco-solvent-printable Mactac WW100 and UV-printable JT5817PUV One-Way Vision media to wrap the exterior of the building with a single cohesive design. The layout of the frontage allowed the use of WW100 to wrap the painted and tiled surfaces and associated brickwork and the perforated One-Way Vision media for glazed areas. There was also a full direct-to-media printed (CMYK + White) eight by four feet OSB board mounted to the wall.”
Fujifilm reseller PSW has revamped its premises with images printed on a range of euromedia materials to demonstrate the full potential of the range and promote the creative applications than can be accomplished with them.
As part of Nestle Waters £35m relocation to a purpose built factory in Buxton, Harrisons Signs undertook a job to provide 68m2 of digitally printed wallpaper for the internal office walls. All the graphics were printed on its JV33 130SP, with installation of the wallpaper over a two-day period.
PressOn produced this colourful wall art for a local school, prompting the Rochester company to launch a Schools Arts Award project whereby children suggest large-format graphics for use in their school, and the winner gets the job printed and installed.
A3M Designs used its Océ Arizona 360GT to decorate one of the more popular children’s attractions at the National Motor Museum in Beaulieu.
Eight profile-cut, 3mm thick di-bond graphics featuring cartoon characters and cars added a splash of colour to the surrounds of the children’s pedal car track.
Oasis Graphic has helped create another themed Pizza Express - this time in Harrow with tribute to local artist W Heath Robinson.
Oasis realised the designs in UV printed wallpaper and optically clear printed vinyl, transforming the restaurant in St. Georges Shopping Centre, Harrow into a tribute to its famous resident.
PPS designed and manufacture this lightbox display for energy consultancy BIU at its new corporate headquarters in St. Anne’s, Lancashire.
The brief required was for an illuminated display to run up the stairs from ground to top floor, be continuous and embedded into the wall and to be as flush fitting as possible with the ability to easily change graphics. PPS manufactured slim light panels directly out of 8mm thick edge lit acrylic, which were lit by LEDs. Blank semi rigid 2mm opal acrylic sheets were custom cut to match the light panels and printed directly onto with the Agfa Anapurna flatbed printer.