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Sep 28, 2011

Custom Digital Wallcovering Patterns

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Need to create a unique “signature” for the walls in your office, lobby or boardroom?  We can help. We have the ability to create custom wallcovering patterns that repeat to make installation a breeze and minimize waste.

Whether you want to use a design, your corporate logo or some other theme, Photomation has your solution. Our digital artists will work with you to create your unique wallcovering. Nearly every color in the rainbow can be used to make custom wallcovering patterns.

We’re local and we print all of our materials in our own shop located in Anaheim, California. We can respond quickly to your request for a design and can have a sample at your door in a matter of days, not weeks or months.

Choose from a variety of wallcovering finishes to make your custom pattern fit your needs exactly!

Have an idea for a pattern you’d like to see?  Call me and let’s make it happen.  Make your walls look incredible with custom digital wallcovering patterns!

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Sep 25, 2011

Alarming Relief

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Our client, St. Jude Hospital in Fullerton, needed a creative solution. New parents were setting off the baby alarms when they got too close to the exit doors in the Labor and Delivery department. For safety purposes, every newborn wears a special baby monitor and the alarm will sound, loudly, when triggered. Our challenge was to create awareness of these baby alarms and eliminate the false alarms that alert the nursing staff, security and wake up the babies in the process.

We’ve created all kinds of eye-catching floor graphics for trade show events, arenas and stadiums, so why not hospitals?  Working with both the nursing staff and the hospital’s construction office, we created floor graphics with a pleasing text and background color combination that complements the existing color scheme in the department. Electronic proofs for the hospital staff were produced for their review. In addition, we also printed a sample floor graphic that was placed in the department’s hallway for evaluation.

The staff was amazed that this approval piece looked like new with no curling or separation after numerous cleanings with an industrial buffing and cleaning machine — that’s crucial given that new moms and dads will be walking on these graphics on a daily basis. The floor graphics were created using 3M 180C with a Floor Guard laminate.

Our client was very pleased with the finished installation. The graphics look outstanding while reducing inadvertent activation and raising awareness about the baby alarm.

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Sep 18, 2011

Our Local Heroes

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Our client, City of Huntington Beach, wanted to have a parade to celebrate their local Little League team’s championship at the Little League World Series. As part of that parade, Photomation donated two banners to be used on the 1940 vintage fire truck used by the players and coaches on the parade route.

Working with our newest Account Manager, Dan Houston, we worked up a layout and design for the banner with the input from city representatives. The banner was approved and put into production so it would be ready for installation on Saturday, September 10. Dan helped install the banners and the players enjoyed their time in the parade.

Congratulations to the Little League World Series Champions from Huntington Beach! You are our local heroes!!

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Sep 11, 2011

Remembering Ten Years Ago

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Our client, the City of Anaheim, needed a banner for a Remembrance Memorial Service to honor the victims of that tragic day. September 11 has become a day to honor the innocent men and women who lost their lives on that tragic day in 2001. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the attacks on our country.

Three of the fallen had Anaheim roots including Charles “Chic” Burlingame, the pilot of American Airlines Flight 77 that crashed into the Pentagon, Christopher Newton and Jerrold Paskins.

Anaheim’s “September 11: Service and Remembrance”, a two-month long program to call attention to volunteerism and the lives that were lost will culminate with a remembrance service on Sunday, September 11 at Pearson Park at 12:30 p.m.

“There is no greater sacrifice than to give one’s life for another. It is a sobering thought, yet men and women across our country willingly do this so we can continue to live in freedom,” said Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait. “On Sept. 11, 2001 thousands of innocent lives were lost, and thousands more lives shattered as a result. It is our hope that as a city we can offer our debt of gratitude now through September 11 through our actions of remembrance and volunteerism.”


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