Wide-Format Imaging is the business and technology resource for corporate and senior management focusing on issues across the wide-format and grand-format markets.
Hackworth wrapped a crane for the USS Bataan, a ported naval vessel
The Graphics Shop provides large-scale decals for Enviva
Wide-Format Imaging's annual Wide-Format Scanner Resource Chart provides a reference of the wide-format (24-inch and wider) scanner in the sign and graphics industry.
Sharpe Retail updates signage for 75 VF outlet locations around the US
XL Digital printed and installed over 14,000 sqft of mesh on a tight deadline
Visual Marking Systems works with TenPoint to reduce costs and provide a better product
Big Mountain worked within a compressed timeframe to produce and install graphics for the 2014 Super Bowl
BIG INK worked with JM Cremp’s to bring boyhood dreams and adventures the Mall of America
The 2014 WFI Top Products Award winners include products that have caused the most excitement in the industry.
Bloomingdale Signs By Tomorrow rebrands a cruise ship and pier as the Bud Light Hotel for the 2014 Super Bowl
With more than 500 exhibitors, the 2014 ISA International Sign Expo connects you to what you need to succeed.
Coloredge provides high-end graphics services to create environmental graphics for the renovated Forum
ALGX worked with local city groups to bring back vitality to the city
The wrap installation business is not for the faint at heart. It requires installers to insure that every wrap is perfect.
Despite challenges, Top Shops see revenues increasing as they invest in technology to increase market share.
DGI Invisuals showcases its broad service offering with one high-tech project
Wide-format pros are finding that owning a scanner is critical in generating customer traffic & profits.
Brand Imaging Group helps to resurrect the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville
Industry numbers are on the rise again, giving a continuing boost of positive energy to a growing market
February 24, 2014
Top Value Fabrics
Top Value Fabrics has hired Michael Compton as Business Development Manager.