AlphaGraphics Arvada, Denver, Golden, and Aurora have helped many clients make their conference rooms, walls and halls really shine! We can help design, print and install a variety of materials on a variety of surfaces. The gallery of photos highlights a few recent projects involving wall graphics.
Wall Graphics – Project Details
Employees and visitors alike both enjoy and need to know the history of a company and its products. The first project shows off one such project – 24-foot long, printed on clear acrylic full color with white ink and then mounted using stand-offs to add interest and dimension.
Mountains anyone? It is Colorado. A local church wanted to beautify its gymnasium. Twenty-foot high mountains were the answer. The wall graphics were printed on vinyl and installed on the walls. Cutouts were needed for doors, switches, and plugs. A bit of scaffolding and four hours later a new image was reflected by their facility.
A new corporate headquarters? Four paws and fun abound at this HQ! The entire facility was covered with imagery. From the reception desk to the kitchen. A few samples are shown. Vinyl, dimensional lettering, blackboard type vinyl (yes, write your messages in chalk) and, window perf.
Need to show off your donors? Check out the pic at the Arvada Center. The concept changes yearly. This year was a very large installation (about 12′ x 30′). Vinyl mounted on a large curved wall heading down a staircase. Not the easiest place to work and lots of text to work around!
Need some interest in your conference room? A local client, who works with plumbing and piping, added interest to their conference wall in a unique way. Panels of clear acrylic with cut frosted vinyl on top of wall graphics of installed vinyl. The acrylic was mounted on a custom system constructed of galvanized piping! The image reflects corporate philosophy and values. Great company and a great piece.
Another way to show core values – a hallway lined with large images (about 4′ x 6′) printed on metal and mounted with offsets, placed in a hallway and seen by every staff person every day. A great way to build a culture.
A few more possibilities – a conference room at the Arvada Chamber showing a scene from the 1800s. Printed on textured wall graphic material. It looks and feels like cloth. History and perspective of where we have been and can go!
Finally, no surface can go unused. How about wrapping one of those pesky columns left by the construction of a new facility? In this case, it is a corporate name/logo. It could be a tree or a giraffe!
Wall Graphics – The Possibilities
There is an amazing array of materials for wall graphics that are available to build an image or beautify indoor spaces. A few are highlighted in the projects covered – some are not! Magnetic walls with changeable images. Write erase laminate on almost any material. Glass “white boards” with images in color or frosted vinyl for use in conference rooms. Multiple media used to add depth and interest to any surface and highlight any image or message.
In addition to the substrates that can be used – many are adapted for a variety of surfaces. From smooth glass to the roughest of brick walls.
The limitation is clearly one’s imagination. Check out all our services at www.ag5280.com