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Featured Project: Mactac Wall Graphics Outfit Sundance Institute’s HQ

Mactac's IMAGin DecoMural vinyl was used for the wall graphics inside the Sundance Institute's headquarters. The media has expected durability of 5-7 years.

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Stow, Ohio-based graphic films manufacturer Mactac recently had its film used as part of a renovation of the offices of the Park City, Utah-based Sundance Institute. The nonprofit institute was founded in 1981 by actor Robert Redford with a mission of promoting the work of independent storytellers in film and theater.

The nonprofit was looking to transform its office space into a creative and inviting space. Mactac, a preferred vendor of HP, was approached to supply the print media for two large walls spanning from the Sundance lobby to its conference room area. As the project unfolded, Mactac was challenged to not only select a substrate that was easily installable but also one that fit the de?cor of the Sundance office space.

Mactac supplied sample swatches and different adhesive combinations, along with the technical specs for them, to the Sundance team and Mactac’s IMAGin DecoMural, a medium-textured, non-woven vinyl, was selected. DecoMural offers indoor durability for 5-7 years and can printed with UV inkjet, latex or solvent inks.

“Sundance was ecstatic with the results of the project,” says Brian Daniel, solutions architecture with HP Inc. “It has made their space more inviting and creative.”

The graphics were printed on an HP Latex 3500 printer.

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