Articles by Fabrication: Repositioning Vinyl
The Space Foundation, a global nonprofit organization based in Colorado Springs, Colo., focuses on promoting space exploration and utilization through a wide variety of space awareness programs, industry events and space-related education programs – all in support of its mission: “To advance space-related endeavors to inspire, enable and propel humanity.”
Designers at Vector Impresion Digital in Medellin, Colombia, stepped up to the challenge of creating 12 larger-than-life Reebok athletic shoe displays last fall with the help of Sintra® graphic display board. Twelve images of Reebok athletic shoes – each measuring approximately 14-feet by 5-feet – were displayed from September through November 2010 at all entrances to the Santa Fe shopping center in Medellin, inaugurating the opening of the new mall and highlighting its Reebok store tenant.
The Statue of Liberty, officially named Liberty Enlightening the World, has become one of the world’s most recognized and beloved architectural icons since its dedication Oct. 28, 1886, on Liberty Island in New York Harbor. Standing 305 feet 1 inch from the ground to the top of her torch, the Statue of Liberty serves as a welcome to all.
When Metro, operator of the St. Louis Metropolitan region’s transportation system, purchased the Gateway Arch Riverboat Cruises in 2002, managers soon determined that a major refurbishing in signage, graphics and architectural details on the riverboats’ barge was required to build steam into visitor numbers.
Vegas Vic, the 40-foot-tall neon cowboy, has towered over the old Pioneer Club on Freemont Street in Las Vegas, Nev., since 1950.
"I had used many variations of fabric banners and flags in past projects but wanted to provide my client, Breckinridge Middle School, with a unique display of flags," said Marc Waller, president of Thayer Design of Monroe, Virginia. For the atrium of the Roanoke, Virginia, school, Thayer Design created a display of flags representing 48 nations. The project was installed in the spring of 2000.