We printed and installed another banger of a window at Comor in Vancouver, BC. It consists of a 3d acrylic back colour explosion, cnc'd sunglasses with 3m dichroic colour changing material. A backlit fabric hanging light box and exterior window cut vinyl. Smith Optics has awesome products and it is always great when we can help display them like this!
We did a ton of print and install projects for Rugby Canada when they had the Canada Sevens at BC Place in Vancouver a few weeks ago.
We did the end zone tunnel banners, fabric scrim around the entire lower bowl, video board decals, velcro fabric banners on the 200 concession level, signs for general admission seating, life size coroplast cut outs of athletes, pillar decals and finally the Gate B HSBC VIP Enterance.
We enjoyed working on this project a lot and are happy we delivered everything our client requested on time and of the quality they expected.
YES we are at it again with The Boardroom on West 4th! This eye catching 3 dimensional RVCA window we just completed recently was one of the most complex vinyl jobs we have done as of yet. The Boardroom wanted a 3 dimensional window display and the creative people at RVCA came out with this design. It's the first window in North America featuring RVCA's new Fall 2013 artwork. It is also the largest print and cut vinyl window job Blast Media has ever done. We always love working with The Boardroom and Timebomb on putting these window displays together. The final outcome is always worth all the hard work!
This window display took a lot of time and love from our installers and the outcome was well worth it!
Here's some technical information for a better understanding of how things had to be done.
First the vinyl was printed with grey. Next a computer plotter cuts out all of the vinyl shapes and as you can see there are many MANY different shapes. Then our weeder - "weeds" out all of the vinyl that needs to be removed to create the cut shape.
Once all of the excess material has been removed a layer of masking/transfer tape is laminated onto the front side of the remaining vinyl.
The people inside the window are made with printed paper mounted to foam core.
The detail in the artwork is amazing! The artwork is designed by Kelsey Brookes. You can see more of RVCA's fall artwork at http://ca.rvca.com/s/anp - RVCA's artist network program. If you are in Vancouver and around the West 4th neighborhood be sure to pop by The Boardroom and take a look at this display. Shoot some photos if you like and stick them up here or tweet us @BlastMediaPrint ! We'd love to see what you like about it.
*featured photo taken by Judah Oakes.