Sign & Digital Graphics

April '20

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S D G M A G . C O M • A P R I L 2 0 2 0 • 3 7 an all-women's New Orleans Mardi Gras parade? Kevin Kempf at PG Nola used his wrap skills to turn the super-colorful work of New Orleans artist Becky Fos into five different designs. "What's awesome is that she accidentally brought me suede shoes, and I was nervous how I would get anything to stick to a felt-like texture, but the Orajet 3951 HT stuck incredibly," Kempf says. Josh Culverhouse, Orafol's market manager for graphic innovation, said the UVA Children's Hospital job is a good illustration of out-of-the-box wrap pos- sibilities even smaller shops can pursue. "Folks are getting more comfortable attacking some more challenging applications, including tex- tured walls, brick, concrete block, stucco and other imperfect surfaces," Culverhouse says. "And while it used to be hard to wrap low-energy plastic surfaces, there's now a full suite of products you can even use on kayaks, porta-potties or recycling bins. We've even had customers do swimming pool liners—if the Printable films such as Avery Denison MPI 2611 matte removable wall film can easily add color to large wall surfaces, even temporarily. Kevin Kempf at PG Nola used his wrap skills to transfer the super-colorful work of New Orleans artist Becky Fos into women's shoes for a Mardi Gras parade float.

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