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Jan 27, 2009

Celebrating world cultures in art

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Our client, Bowers Museum, needed exterior graphics to help promote their current exhibitions. Working with their Photomation Account Manager, Mike Mertz, we produced 15 foot tall banners and finished them to withstand the outside elements. In addition, interior graphics were printed on rich, color-filled fabric and hung from the ceiling. Single-sided fabric graphics suspended on dowels are used as time-lines and highlight the exhibits.

Recognized by world-renowned museums, local communities and industry professionals, Bowers Museum enriches lives through the world’s finest arts and cultures. Located in Santa Ana, CA, the museum’s permanent and special exhibitions are open Tuesday through Sunday. Stop by and see the art on display. If you look closely, you’ll see us hanging around the museum, too.

Jan 20, 2009

An Inside Job

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In this week’s edition of Knowledge Bytes we are introducing a new product, Static Cling Material. After many attempts to find the right product suitable for our client’s high standards, we have finally found one we are willing to back with Photomation’s name and reputation.

Ideal for short-term POP or display applications, this new Static Cling product can be easily installed from the inside of your storefront windows. Show off your latest promotion or special to customers. Because they are installed from the inside, you do not have to worry about graffiti or vandalism, ensuring beautiful looking graphics throughout your promotion period. No special tools are required. When you are done, just simply peel it away and install your new Static Cling graphic.

So the next time you need “an inside job” done, call me. I know people who can take care of you. Your graphics experts at Photomation!!

Jan 13, 2009

Missoula Bound

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Our client, Frank J. Zamboni & Co., Inc, referred us to one of their customers who needed a new machine wrapped with graphics. Located in Missoula, Montana, we worked with the local rink, Glacier Ice Rink and their sponsor, Bitteroot Motors to create a Zamboni that looked like a Toyota Tundra truck.

Bill Mathews from Glacier Ice Rink gave us the design idea and our artist Brian Mundy created the graphics that incorporated the sponsor’s branding. Installation was performed at Zamboni headquarters in Paramount, Ca.

So the next time you are Missoula bound, stop by Glacier Ice Rink and tell them, “I know the company that did your Zamboni graphics!”

Jan 6, 2009

Quick Change Artists

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Our client, Citizens Business Bank Arena, needed a way to promote upcoming performances to guests at their facility. They wanted an easy way to quickly change out banners as soon-to-be-performing artists were coming to their Ontario, CA arena.

We devised a way to allow the 5’x12’ banners to hang in the main lobby that allows the graphics to be changed out quickly. Using a combination of bungee cords, carabineers and small zip ties, we created a display that holds the long banner taut and allows for a quick and easy change out. You could call us, “Quick Change Artists.”


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