A Halloween Treat: 30% Off panoRama Walk & Wall

MONDAY, Oct. 31 ONLY: Save 30% on panoRama Walk & Wall

An extremely versatile product for nearly any surface, panoRama Walk & Wall is easy to use, with no lamination required. The dimensionally stable textured vinyl with fabric backing can be repositioned and removed with no adhesive residue left behind.

Unlike competing products that only work on certain surfaces, panoRama Walk & Wall is ASTM slip-resistant certified, and will stay in place on tile, glass, carpet, metal, stone, sidewalks, concrete and more, making it the ideal one-step solution both indoors and out.

panoRama Walk & Wall Highlights:

* No lamination required, one-step solution
* Slip-resistant, durable textured surface
* Removable with no adhesive residue
* Sticks to tile, glass, carpet, metal, stone, sidewalks and more
* Compatible with eco-solvent, solvent, latex and UV-curable printers

To order, call your LexJet representative at 800-453-9538 Monday, Oct. 31, 2016, before 8 p.m. EST or shop at LexJet.com.

*Exclusions may apply

Video Tip: Create 3D Floor Graphics with Photoshop

You can give your floor graphics the appearance of coming right out of the ground with this step-by-step video that walks you through manipulating your graphic using Photoshop.

shark attack!To create anamorphic art with a 3D illusion, you’ll need to download the LexJet Anamorphic PSD Template. You’ll use this along with your original graphic file to make the magic happen.

The video above shows you how to:

  • Size your graphic
  • Work with your graphic in the template file
  • Maintain image resolution
  • Morph the image to the proper perspective
  • Create a path for contour cutting
  • Save your ready-to-print file

Use a one-step, self-adhesive product like panoRama Walk & Wall for an easy-to-install, slip-resistant floor graphic that will really stop people in their tracks.

LexJet brandUP: A Tail-Wagging-Worthy Business Décor Upgrade

For a shop that caters to cuddly cuteness all day long, Average Joe’s Grooming‘s new space was a little bland. Although the walls were painted cheery sky blue and mint green, the owners Brittany Fenner and Tracey Barette knew their workplace décor could use an infusion of personality to match their happy, furry clients.

That’s where the LexJet brandUP crew came in to create and install custom graphics and photography that was both fun and functional. The team started with the most pressing issue: the front window.

For LexJet, ISA Sign Expo Truly Was a Really Big Show

We’ve heard a lot of big numbers being thrown around about this year’s ISA International Sign Expo. This year’s attendance topped 20,044, which is the largest crowd for ISA in 10 years, and the largest that the Orlando show has ever seen.

LexJet was one of 600 exhibitors in the 200,000-square-foot trade show floor. Also, our 50-foot-by-24-foot carnival themed wall graphic, complete with Ferris wheel and roller coaster printed on LexJet Simple Flo Wrap Vinyl, was the largest mural ever displayed inside the ISA show.

Intro to Décor Printing: You Already Have What You Need to Begin

Today, we’re kicking off a blog series on how on-demand printers and anyone offering wide-format printing services can jump into an exciting new market within the industry: Décor printing.

Chances are you’ve heard about the booming customizable décor printing opportunities in our industry. With the advances in substrates and printer technology, offering your customers more ways to create one-of-a-kind projects for residential or commercial spaces has become more accessible than ever.

It’s also likely your customers are starting to make requests for projects like wall murals, canvas wraps, floor graphics, customized window screens and even lampshades. In other words, if you can print it, they can decorate with it!

Adding Some “Pow” to the Party

When the marketing team at Margaritaville Resort Casino in Bossier City, LA, decided on a comic book theme for it’s 2016 New Year’s Eve party, they knew they were going to really give it some pow … and boom … and zing to make it all come together. So the creatives got to work.

IMG_9303“We have a graphic designer, and we gave him the gist of what we were going for,” says Christy Wood, Margaritaville’s advertising and publicity manager. “And then we let him run with it.”

The clever execution of the theme included caricatures of the casino directors and hosts turned into super heroes, villains and cartoon characters, event signage on walls, doors and floors, and tons of starbursts applied all around the 30,000 square-foot casino.