Several Canadian projects and professionals topped the list of winners for the 2018 Digital Signage Awards, which were announced earlier this month during the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) audiovisual (AV) industry show in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Luxury automaker Lexus has unveiled a custom version of its 2017 IS car wrapped in nearly 42,000 programmable light-emitting diodes (LEDs), turning it into a mobile, interactive screen capable of displaying dynamic graphics.
Toronto’s Casa Loma, a Gothic Revival-style estate that has become a major tourist attraction and special event venue, was recently transformed visually with projection mapping for a Halloween attraction dubbed ‘Legends of Horror.’
When is a sign not a sign? In the case of Speech Bubble, a new public art piece commissioned for a condominium tower in Toronto’s entertainment district, it’s when the format of a sign is used not to convey a direct message, but instead to display abstract images.
Toronto-based Eventscape won ‘best in show’ in Sign Media Canada’s 2015 National Sign Competition with the sculptural window feature it built for a Harry Rosen clothing store at Yorkdale Shopping Centre.
Montreal-based Moment Factory was the only Canadian winner in the Society for Experiential Graphic Design’s (SEGD’s) 2015 Global Design Awards, earning a Merit Award for Foresta Lumina, an illuminated pathway in Parc de la Gorge in Coaticook, Que.
Calgary-based Bolder Graphics recently acquired three new large-format Vutek ultraviolet-curing (UV-curing) printers from Electronics For Imaging (EFI), marking the largest single installation of its type in Canada to date.