Brooklyn-based Presentation Graphics‘ reputation for quality work precedes it. The large-format boutique prints for a range of applications and venues, and is well known for its museum-quality special event and exhibit imaging.
That’s why the Museum of Jewish Heritage in lower Manhattan recommended Presentation Graphics to someone who was renting the museum for a party and wanted their logos on the three sets of elevator doors.
Presentation Graphics made a relatively simple job even easier, choosing LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric for the six banks of elevators on three floors.
“We’ve had great experience using LexJet Print-N-Stick Fabric and thought it would be perfect for quick application and removal,” explains Eli Weingarten of Presentation Graphics. “It worked beautifully and the client loved it.”
The graphics were printed on the company’s Canon iPF9400 60″ wide-format inkjet printer, applied in one piece across the doors, spliced in the middle of the doors and wrapped around the edges. With Print-N-Stick’s removable adhesive the graphics were quickly removed with no residue after the event ended.