Print Shop: Atchley Graphics | atchleygraphics.com
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Tools and Supplies: HP Latex and EFI UV inkjet presses to image films from DreamScape, 3M, Avery Dennison, and Orafol, finishing with film laminate coatings using several wide-format laminators from GBC.
AFTER TWO YEARS of construction, Upper Arlington High School students started the 2021 to 2022 school year at a brand-new, state-of-the-art facility near Columbus, Ohio. Students were greeted with exciting features such as 400,000 square feet of learning space, advanced science labs, a new performing arts center, and a school-wide environmental branding output, installed by local print shop Atchley Graphics
Despite challenges, from tight timeframes and fast-paced schedules to building construction paired with COVID-related product shortages, school spirit and Golden Bear pride runs rampant throughout the new facilities with multi-surface branding, including wall wraps, banners, dimensional signage, displays, and more. “The project encompassed large areas of the new high school, not only [on] the walls, but [in] a wide variety of areas, environments, and surfaces,” says Derek Atchley, CEO/founder, Atchley Graphics. “All areas had to be cohesive and tie in with every other area in terms of media, color, and finish, from small items and signs to grand-format wallcoverings.”
For the wide-format digital print media and signage portions of the brand identity experience, Atchley Graphics utilized several HP Latex and EFI UV inkjet presses to image films from DreamScape, 3M, Avery Dennison, and Orafol, finishing with film laminate coatings using several wide-format laminators from GBC.
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