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November '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • November 2017 • 31 Has your shop recently finished an outstanding sign or wrap job? We know you're proud of your best work and we want to help you show it off. You can share your work with Sign & Digital Graphics readers and be seen in the pages of our magazine. Simply fill out the forms for Signage Submissions or Wraps Submissions on our website, upload your photos and we'll take care of the rest. Visit http://sdgmag.com/ sign-project-submission to make a sign project submission. Sign Projects A s the market for full color architectural graphics grows, so does the product diversity at our shop, IDWraps.com. One product that we've become particularly fond of is adhesive backed textile wall films. This product has become a go to pre- mium solution for many interior projects for both commercial and residential applications. Our clients love the elegant look and feel of these products. Our company enjoys the healthy margins these materials present. It's always nice to have a win- win situation. Our market, Allentown, Pennsylvania, is surely a relatively slow adopter to many trends. To us, this means that there is usually a minimal client awareness factor associated with the latest and greatest products. It is our job to get the ImagiNation – A City of Ink Adhesive-backed textile wall film for interior applications B Y M A L C O L M G I E S K E Malcolm Gieske works at IDWraps.com in Slatington, Pennsylvania. print samples into the hands of prospective buyers and also to drive awareness. When presented properly, the textile films are always a hit. The non "plastic-like" look and feel of textiles offer a high-end alternative to the vinyl products that have been available for years. One recent project we're excited about is a fun and edu- cational children's center named "ImagiNation." The owners of this start up business contracted our company to essen- tially create the image of a miniature city within the walls of a 7,000-square-foot space. The "community" consists of kid size businesses and facilities that any adult may encounter on a daily basis. In this environment, children may participate in adult-like activities such as running a shipping department in a warehouse, record a newscast at the mini media station. For our team, this project had to be started up from scratch.

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