Seamlessly covering 820 square feet of textured wallpaper without damaging what’s underneath can prove to be a significant challenge, as Columbus, Ohio-based Solar Imaging (solarimaging.com) discovered while working on an extensive re-branding campaign at the Port Columbus International Airport.
For the project, Solar was asked to create two wall murals, 410 square-feet each, which would be displayed in two of the airport’s terminals.
With the Winter Olympics occurring only once every four years, being a part of the festivities is, of course, a big deal. So when Rainier Displays (www.rainier.com) in Tukwila, Washington, won the intense bidding contest to produce venue towers complete with digitally printed fabric graphics for the February 2010 mega-event, the company was thrilled.
“Our company was chosen because of our unique capabilities to bring large outdoor dimensional graphic treatments to life,” says Rainier Displays division manager Charles Rueb.