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Examples of Our Work and Helpful Hints for Fabrication. Solutions Provided by Graphic Impact to Solve the Challenges of Our Clients
We hope you will take a look at some of our projects both large and small. It’s a great place to get ideas!
Since 1989, we have been THE CHOICE of architects, large and small organizations, resellers, and retailers of all types. Let us help you perfect your design and suggest the best way to proceed. Almost everything is fabricated locally, in our facility. Our Graphic Impact team of production specialists and designers is waiting to serve you.
This post shows the versatility of vinyl lettering and digital printing and how to choose between the two for your application. Each one has advantages and each has exceptional durability both indoors and outdoors. Both products can be used from the smallest decal to the largest graphics. Full color!
Graphic Impact is the “go to” company for the University of Arizona Athletics Department. What you might not know is that many of the signs and graphics that you see during football and basketball games can be reproduced and be available for your home and office use.
Graphic Impact can give any area a spectacular look. Sometimes called a mural, vinyl wrap or wall covering. Case in point, McKale Center at the University of Arizona, a great looking graphic that can be found across from the new Courtside Lounge. A great look and it’s over 100 feet long.
What an opportunity for Graphic Impact! Honored to help design, produce and install this graphic honoring Coach Dick Tomey. For this oversized graphic, we used high performance vinyl, digitally printed in high resolution. Judge the size for yourself! Not just cars trucks and motorcycles.
The design and installation teams at Graphic Impact used an Etchmark vinyl to make statement and at the same time screened out a room with a large glass window. In this case there was also a great cost savings over etching the glass and still having a frosted look.