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Oct 28, 2008

Art of Child’s Play

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Our client, Broadcom, invited the kids of their employees to participate in a worldwide children’s artwork competition with a high-tech theme. They were asked to create artwork reflecting their view of the company. More than 400 images were submitted. Three Winners were choosen; one from each geographic area: The America’s, Europe and Asia.

Just settling into their new corporate office complex, executives at Broadcom decided to use the artistic talents of contest entrants to decorate the hallways and lobbies of their new campus facilities. Working with their Photomation account manager, Mike Mertz, and our framing design staff we provided 4’x4’ custom frames and mats with reversible mounting, each containing four pieces of submitted artwork.

In essence, the kids provided the international design for this international corporation. The result is an impressive array of children at play.

Oct 21, 2008

Night Flights of Fancy

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Our client, the six photographers of The Legacy Project, was asked by the Orange County Great Park Corporation to provide inspired works of art for their schedule of summer evening events called “Night Flights at the Preview Park.” Working with Photomation’s Artists Liason, John Hesketh, we helped turn their vision into reality.

The Legacy Project is a collective of six photographers documenting the ongoing transition of the former El Toro Marine Base into its future land uses including the building of the OC Great Park. Artists Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson, Doug McCulloh, and Clayton Spada worked with Photomation which provided grand format printing as well as creative and technical assistance.

The large 40’ by 10’ double-sided banner of the Great Park’s giant orange balloon was a collaboration all six legacy photographers and six 8’ by 10’ individual banners were created by each photographer. The exhibit is located in hanger #244 across from the Great Balloon at the Great Park’s preview park.

Oct 14, 2008

In Their “elements”

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Our client, Broadcom, asked us to help them design and create graphics for their new campus restaurant, “elements.”
Working with their Photomation account manager Mike Mertz, our artists helped fulfill their request with images and directional signage.

We selected images that represented eight different food stations. Those images were printed and back-mounted to beveled and polished acrylic. In addition, we created 3-dimensional letters and placed them on the face of the acrylic to give these colorful graphics additional depth and destination information.

Custom hanging hardware was added and our installation experts arrived on time, installed all eight graphics and finished ahead of our client’s schedule.

The next time you need graphics to spice up your kitchen, restaurant or cafeteria, call us. We’ll keep you in your “elements.”

Sep 29, 2008

Old Is New Again

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Our client, The Historical Society of Long Beach, needed help to produce their current exhibition: Suburban Architecture of Roberts, Jones, Power Locket & Poper. The goal of the exhibit is to showcase these five architects whose work “illustrates significant aspects of Long Beach architectural history.

Calling on their Photomation Account Manager Mike Mertz, we worked with HSLB to reproduce their files in sepia toned prints, as well as B/W prints for the exhibit. These prints were then matted and framed by our expert framing staff and readied for hanging in their gallery. Timelines were also printed that depicted and described the works of each architect.

You can visit the exhibit now through December, 2008. Using 21st century technology, The Historical Society of Long Beach has recreated architectural images of the 1920’s to the present for all to see. The old really is new again.

Sep 22, 2008

Plumber’s Little Helper

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Our client, Tom Moffett Plumbing, wanted to upgrade the look of their fleet of plumbing trucks. Company Vice President, Mike Moffett, approached us for ideas on how to make his trucks more noticeable and memorable. “I knew I wanted them red, the rest I left up to Photomation.”, says Mike. We began to work on several design options.

Photomation’s Vice President of Digital Imaging & Graphic Services, Brian Mundy, created a layout that our client loved. “We were presented with several iconic options and I chose the hose bib as the one I liked most.”, says Mike Moffett. Production of the graphics involved 3M Controltac with an 8519 lam as well as cut white vinyl lettering. Installation was coordinated around the client’s schedule and took around 6 hours to complete.

“We love the new look of the trucks. The plumbers who drive the trucks like them, too. I am very pleased with how they turned out.”, says Mike Moffett. The next time you need help in designing, creating, producing or installing vehicle graphics, call Photomation. Our prices will not drain you.

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