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Featured Project: Multidimensional Window Graphics

Providing print services and integrated business solutions, full-service creative agency DCG ONE of Seattle, Washington, is one of the largest privately-held marketing service providers on the West Coast.

With more than 300 employees and 150 pieces of production equipment, DCG ONE recently expanded its growing footprint with the addition of a 25,000-square-foot building dedicated to the company’s wide-format printing services, including production, packaging, 3D design, packing, and shipping.

Looking to incorporate aesthetic appeal into the new space, DCG ONE took advantage of its large windows, which span roughly 50′.

From previous experience, DCG ONE knew it wanted to use Mactac’s IMAGin B-free Window Film media for the job. The lead designer from DCG ONE’s packaging and retail department designed a mid-century themed window graphic pattern. Using frosted window film, the graphics were plotter cut on a Summa S2 T140 (T Series) and installed on both the inside and outside of the windows to provide a multidimensional look. Following dry installation techniques, the installation was complete in one day.

Alexandria Bruce

Alexandria Bruce is the editor of the GRAPHICS PRO Daily, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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