Sign & Digital Graphics

September '19

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30 • September 2019 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S ARCHITECTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL The actual installation went fairly quickly, at least until it was time for those 52 frames. The flag graphic had a layer of white acrylic over black, and some caution yellow parts on the flag pole. The blue and red was done with HP vinyls. This closeup shows he back of a picture frame, and how the three-sided application of foam tape strips created a hollow to slide the photo in. The most time consuming part of the installation was the placement of the picture frames with their special taping on the back. After everything is perfectly in place, it's time to get the pattern out of the way. A test picture, 3.5" x 5" in size, is fitted eas- ily into our shop made picture frames. These frames can be easily duplicated any time in the future. Our client, the high school principal, was very pleased with the final product, and now it is time to start adding photos… which may take a while.

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