Print NW Gets Creative with White Ink for Goodwill Graphics

Printed vinyl revamps Washington store.

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Print NW provided a graphic refresh for a local Tacoma Goodwill, totaling 800 square feet of vinyl lettering, window and door graphics, and white ink-printed 3M Scotchcal Clear View Graphic Film 8150 on a charcoal wall to create a chalkboard look. Produced on a Vutek GS3250LX Pro, the install took 30 man hours as the team worked around ongoing construction.

Check out more global print projects from our June/July 2016 Fall Ideas issue:

Temporary Banners Announce Kansas City Streetcar

Devo Wall Mural Spruces up Akron Storefront

Vinyl Turns Children's Hospital Patients into Astronauts

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