You know there’s a new exhibit at the Woody Guthrie Center in downtown Tulsa when the exterior window graphics change. These are done in four large prints for each pane of glass to create an image that is 12 feet wide by 15 feet tall.
These also have a side benefit in the summer months by blocking some of the light going into the museum.
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These interior window graphics were done with three color cut vinyl – black, turquoise, and simulated Florentine gold vinyl. Throughout the exhibit, turquoise is used to as an accent color for the display signage. This design motif is repeated in the pinstripes that frame in the gold and black lettering. Gold lettering on its own would lack contrast with the clear windows so they are outlined in black vinyl.
There is actual 22 karat to 24 karat gold vinyl available that is often used on fire trucks. However, real gold is rather expensive as you can imagine and the 10-12 year life expectancy would be overkill for this application. To save on costs but still have the same look, we went with a simulated gold vinyl. It is a metallized vinyl film that looks nearly identical to the real thing.
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