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Dec 29, 2009

Happy New Year 2010

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From all of us at Photomation, we want to wish you a Happy New Year. We appreciate the opportunity to serve you. We look forward an exciting year in 2010! May you have a happy, healthy, and prosperous

New Year!!

Dec 22, 2009

Deck The Walls

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From all of us at All Wall Graphics, we want to wish you the happiest of holiday seasons. We appreciate the opportunity to serve you. As we do our final preparation for the holidays, we want to remind you to Deck Your Walls with Custom Digital Wall Coverings from All Wall Graphics!

Dec 14, 2009


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Our client, Anaheim Ducks, needed team autographed hockey sticks and jerseys framed for their Fan Development program. These items end up in local area inline skating and hockey rinks and at elementary schools in Orange, San Diego and Riverside counties.

The hockey sticks are attached to a photo background image we printed and put into a shadow box frame, ready for hanging. These framed pieces go to rinks from Anaheim to San Diego to Riverside and many points in between. You can see them at THE RINKS - Anaheim ICE, THE RINKS - Corona Inline, THE RINKS - Huntington Beach Inline and the newly opened THE RINKS - Westminster ICE.

For the jerseys, we designed and digitally die-cut a custom “swoop” with a S.C.O.R.E. logo and the current season. Scholastic Curriculm of Reading Education, S.C.O.R.E., is part of a reading program where Ducks players go to elementary schools and read with them. The program is the recipient of the 2008 statewide Celebrate Literacy Award and was also recognized by the California Reading Association (CRA).

Dec 7, 2009

Medical Miracle

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Our client, St. Joseph Health System, asked us to create a series of custom wall coverings using artwork they had selected. This wall covering would go into the new St. Jude Plaza medical office building across the street from the main hospital.

The challenge on this project was that the walls on the multilevel building were not perfectly square. The building’s design with sharp angles out over the large carport below is visually stunning. The top of the walls running along the glass windows on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floor elevator lobbies made for some interesting production and installation challenges as they overlook the circular carport below.

The wall covering in the lobby is over 35 feet in length. We also installed additional graphics to accommodate the two soffits at the top of the wall. The size of this particular wall covering makes for a very dramatic setting.

With all the odd angles and dramatic scale of this project, it is a project we deemed a “Medical Miracle.”

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