Looking back at the month of March – here are just some of the graphics projects that we had the pleasure of designing, printing and installing:
Recently opened down the street from our office, 3 mermaids is a cool spot with an inviting patio where they serve beer and wine. Last month they held their grand opening, which we were able to help them prepare for by designing and printing promotional posters. We also designed and printed business card size voucher handouts for current and prospective customers. On the install side, we printed and adhered vinyl graphics on several of their street facing windows.
City of Portland, Oregon
One of the local print shops we frequently partner with referred this project to us due to the material type and short turnaround time – knowing we could handle the job. This was a time sensitive project, involving a backlit LED display with important details needing to be visible. It was a pleasure to work with the city, and we were happy to be able to get the project back to the city of Portland so that they could install the piece in a timely manor. Below you can see the process of design, install and completion.
PGSCA Cinco De Mayo
We’ve been working with the PGSCA over the last couple of months helping them get their printed materials ready for this year’s event. The event is being held at Portland’s Tom McCall Waterfront park, May 5-8. As the print sponsor we helped them produce 5,000 printed brochures which include event sponsors, a detailed map and schedule of the weekend’s events. In addition to the brochure work we helped them with design and print of admission tickets and two separate poster designs to help promote the event.
Lake Oswego High School
Over the last few months we worked closely with a marketing class at LOHS to help them re-brand and re-design their student store on campus. After a few meetings to talk about our print and design and capabilities, the students were responsible for coming up with the concept that they wanted to implement. We then worked with them to make it a reality. This project included various athlete banners which were hung on pillars outside of the store as well as a three panel sign to cover an outside wall on campus. The three panel “Laker Store” sign was created by wrapping vinyl graphics onto metal panels and ended up at a final size of 7 feet tall x 12 feet wide.