The NHL has grown to 31 teams (32 by 2021), each of which is filling their boards with corporate logos and ads which speak to those in the stands, as well as the television audience. Although, it may not seem like much, but it adds up to a lot of wide-format printing.
E&T Plastics, which manufactures and distributes substrates for the sign and display industry in Canada and the U.S., is using a Saber XT paper cutter from Colter & Peterson to process large plastic sheets.
Keith Graham, founder and director of Marcom Signs & Graphics in Chilliwack, B.C., has built his business steadily by keeping its areas of expertise highly specialized, focusing on local clients and investing regularly in staff training and time-saving equipment.
Wide-format digital printer vendor Roland DGA has signed on as a promotional partner for Window Warriors, a new skill-based competition TV series that premiered on the Game Show Network (GSN) on Nov. 15.
In a new six-month pilot project, the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is using printed vinyl floor and wall decals to help raise the profile of musicians performing in dedicated spaces throughout its subway system.
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.
Arlon Graphics, which manufactures and markets pressure-sensitive cut vinyl substrates for signage, vehicle graphics and automotive restyling, has promoted David Neidell to international vice-president (VP).
Arlon Graphics, which manufactures pressure-sensitive cut vinyl and other flexible media for the sign industry, recently launched #PrintItWrapIt, a new global social media photo contest featuring its digital films in wall and vehicle wraps.