Sign Media Canada recently spoke with Daniel Rosen, owner and vice-president of Sticky Media in Montreal, to learn more about the shop’s history, signmaking process, recent projects, and how the company has earned the reputation of a trend-setting visual communication provider in North America.
Chris Fritzsche, owner of Fritzworks Printing in Burnaby and Langley, B.C., calls his shop “the house of yes.” Founded in 2006, this once-tiny space has quadrupled its size in the last five years, establishing its reputation as a producer of high-quality print products for the movie industry, as well as local businesses.
To recognize and celebrate Rotary Clubs’ 100 years of service locally, the City of Nanaimo, B.C., invited artists to reflect on the foundation’s areas of focus and create street banner designs as part of a competition.
Ohio-based E.L. Hatton Sales has received U.S. Patent for its Banner Ups BravoBanner system, an automated banner finishing machine that can efficiently apply the brand’s BravoTabs and BravoTape products.
E.L. Hatton Sales, which manufactures Banner Ups adhesive grommet tabs and other sign and banner finishing products, has promoted Andy Cianciola to e-market manager, with responsibility for web, video, e-mail and social media marketing.
Cityscape Displays, based in Mississauga, Ont., fills a very specific niche in the sign and graphics market by planning, printing, installing and maintaining street banner programs across Toronto to promote events and festivals.
Exhibitry is ever-changing, often mirroring advances that have been embraced in other industries and in society as a whole. This can certainly be seen in the twists, turns and leaps that the exhibit design and fabrication sector has made in the last 50 years.
Ottawa-based software developer Corel has launched its 2015 International Design Contest. Participants can submit their vehicle wrap, sign, banner and other designs created in CorelDraw X7 or Photo-Paint X7 throughout March, April and May.