A big part of a successful mural installation is setting realistic expectations with the client. We take photographs and detailed measurements then mock up the proposed sign/graphic/vehicle wrap to scale. This gets everyone on the same page from the beginning and gives our installers a clear set of instructions of how to complete the job in the field.
This is a textured surface vinyl applied to a concrete wall at McNellie’s in South Tulsa. Once completed, it gives the appearance that it is actually painted on the wall.
To find out more about textured surface wall murals, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.
Large windows provide an ideal surface to apply vinyl graphics to advertise your business or, in this case, a current promotion or exhibit. These vinyl graphics for the Woody Guthrie Center in downtown Tulsa promote the newest Kris Kristofferson exhibit currently on display.
The client chose to go with a solid vinyl for this application because they are also currently housing a painting by John Cougar Mellencamp that is on display just inside these windows. The solid vinyl restricts the amount of UV light that enters the building so it reduces the chances of the donated painting fading in direct sunlight. As you can see in the second picture, though, the vinyl does not stop all the light from entering the windows but you can no longer see through the glass. For applications when you want to still be able to see through the window to the outside, perforated window vinyl is the material to use.
To find out more about vinyl window graphics, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.