DALLAS PRINTING has been working on a number of signage and large format projects recently.  Some of the things that we’ve produced include coroplast signs (those ubiquitous corrugated plastic yard signs) for a large construction company, foam board window signs with easels for a high-end jewelry store, laminated posters for a regional financial institution, and solid plastic PVC signs and aluminum signs for a property management company.  We’ve also installed vinyl window signs and wall graphics for a new Shine location (our next-door neighbor – visit them in-person or online at www.shineofdallas-hpark.com), some really cool brushed aluminum face dimensional letter signs for an educational institution, as well as some vinyl window frosting.  The variety of these projects illustrates some of the broad capabilities that DALLAS PRINTING possesses for signage and large format projects.  Here are photos of some of the projects:


Our senior graphic designer recently completed the testing and certification process again to retain his status as a G7 Expert. G7 is an industry-leading set of specifications for achieving color consistency across all print processes. Simply, it is a universal calibration methodology that brands, buyers, and creatives seek out to ensure the integrity of their brands.  This certification helps ensure that we maintain a high level of in-house expertise in the management of the color calibration of our printing equipment.  Most importantly, DALLAS PRINTING is certified as a G7 Master Facility Colorspace.


Speaking of signs, we have been seeing an increase in the number of event-related printing projects.  Invitations, programs, event signage, newsletters, and other event-related printing definitely took a hit in 2020.  Hopefully this is a harbinger of a return to normalcy in the near future!