Drivers crossing the Severn Bridge from England into Wales will notice that the toll booth offices have been brightly wrapped with images promoting a TAG vehicle system that allows drivers to pre-pay bridge tolls. The front and sides of the offices were wrapped by All Signs Bristol using 20% Contra Vision Performance perforated window film, applied externally with CL50CY ‘optically clear’ cast overlaminating film.
Wallace Print installed this window graphic at Drakes Plumbing Supplies, which asked for a solution that would display all the brands it works with in full colour, yet allow the rest of the window to remain optically clear. Drytac’s ViziPrint Impress Clear UV film was used for the job.
Wallace Print produces frequently changing graphics for Canterbury Christ Church University’s flagship Augustine House library and student services building. The graphics, which advertise upcoming guest speakers, are printed on Drytac’s SpotOn printable vinyl for quick application and removal.
Optimum Graphiques in Canada was asked to add visual impact and a message of hope to the façade of the modernised Shriners Hospital for Children of Montreal. The company added graphics to the 234 windows (36 x 40in) on the façade without blocking the patients’ view from the inside by using Contra Vision materials.
Rochester-based Wallace Print provided this window graphic for a Seasalt Cornwall store in Canterbury, Kent, to obscure the building’s internal renovation work.
Flying Monk in Malmesbury used Contra Vision Backlite to create this bold statement across a window in Bermondsey Square, London. Artist Adham Faramawy developed the multi-media piece combining graphics, animation and a perfumed sculpture.
Cestrian Imaging has constructed a mock-up window display within its facility to demonstrate its stretch fabric backdrop system. This allows the fitting of backdrops to a window display at the front and to the rear, which are made from eco-polyester fabric, and are printed on the Mimaki 320.
The meeting room in the new offices of Sussex-based digital agency Bozboz has exploited Lintec Graphic Films’ Vitrocolournon-PVC process colour film to realise vibrant, eye-catching glass surface treatments – such as this one on the room’s 3m-high glass wall.