To find out more about banners, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.
Large wall murals can make a big statement to your interior or exterior walls. This wall mural for the “King of the Boogie” John Lee Hooker exhibit at the Woody Guthrie Center really dominates the room! The adhesive backed vinyl film works similar to a large decal.
To find out more about interior or exterior wall murals, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.
You know there’s a new exhibit at the Woody Guthrie Center in downtown Tulsa when the exterior window graphics change. Known to music fans around the world as the “King of the Boogie,” John Lee Hooker.
To let the public know what the current, revolving exhibit is, we wrap four large exterior windows for them. We use a perforated vinyl that will still allow light to come into the museum and also allows people inside to still see out. The backside of the film has a gray adhesive and there are holes throughout so, to your eyes, it appears just like tint.
Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more about window graphics.
Wall murals are a great way to add a lot of visual impact to your retail location or, in this case, a museum space. Murals can be done on both interior and exterior walls. There are vinyl films designed for application on interior painted walls, glass windows, and even textured surfaces such as brick or concrete.
For the Making Modern America exhibit currently at Philbrook, we installed both full color wall murals and a combination of cut vinyl lettering and full color prints mounted to PVC panels. We pride ourselves in executing these projects with close attention to detail. The text is all individually cut out and spans over 20 feet long. Temporary registration marks were used to assure the timeline stayed level and the placement of the PVC prints lined up correctly.
Give Precision Sign & Design a call today to find out more about wall murals and graphics at 918-430-1102.
Reflective vinyl graphics look the same as traditional vinyl during the day, but really shine at night under lights! Reflective vinyls have microscopic glass beads suspended in the film that reflect light back towards the viewer’s eyes. This creates extra awareness and thus safety for vehicles that use them. Most police vehicles, fire department vehicles, and ambulances use reflective vinyl graphics for this reason.
Contractors such as Becco often use these on their support vehicles that may be offering assistance to a downed vehicle on the side of the road. To find out more about reflective vinyl graphics or other traditional vinyl graphics, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.