Auto Trim Design, a vehicle graphic printing and installation company in Concord, Ont., won the early-bird prize in 3M Canada’s Infinite Wrap Options contest, comprising five rolls each of print wrap film and gloss overlaminate.
‘Toronto: Keeping the Peace,’ reportedly the largest outdoor photo exhibition of its kind, is using graphic films and tapes to present the work of more than 400 artists and pay tribute to people around the world who devote their time, energy and resources to the cause of peace.
In 3M Canada’s new Infinite Wrap Options contest, signmakers can win tools, swag and electronics after buying the company’s print wrap film. There are hundreds of prizes to be won, including one grand prize of an HP Latex 365 printer, valued at $32,000.
Responding to community requests, petrochemical company Valero has decorated two oil reservoir tanks at its refinery in Lévis, Que., with huge graphic wraps, depicting a south shore view of Quebec City.
Earlier this year, for the 10th annual edition of Toronto’s Luminato festival of art and creativity, Beyond Digital Imaging (BDI) in Markham, Ont., printed and installed poster-size versions of photographer Scott McFarland’s series Trove: A View of Toronto in 50 of Its Treasures.
Andrew Hejnar, energy manager for graphic film supplier 3M Canada in London, Ont., has been named one of Delta Management Group and the Clean50 organization’s newest award winners for reducing power consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The Private Motor Truck Council of Canada (PMTC) announced the winners of its 2016 Vehicle Graphics Design Awards earlier this month, during its annual general meeting (AGM) and conference in King City, Ont.
3M Canada’s Extreme Wrap Challenge culminated in a contest between three finalists on September 23. Cameron Blancher of Unique Media Solutions came in first, followed by Wrap Ton Char’s Dan Desroches in second and Evil Kitty Graphics’ Ben Bieber in third.
With thousands of signs guiding people every day, their structural integrity needs to be a top priority, no matter their particular size or shape. There are many ways to achieve this integrity. Traditionally, design and production engineers have fastened parts of signs together with welds, rivets, nuts and bolts, screws and other mechanical techniques.