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Calling all wrap artists!

Calling all wrap artists!


For the fifth time, Contra Vision is sponsoring an international competition to find the best see-through window graphics, advertisement, sign or other designs placed on the windows of any building, vehicle, POP, entrance doors or partitions.

All winners will receive a limited edition glass sculpture by an internationally recognised artist, while the overall winner will be rewardedwith a limited edition glass sculpture,plus a cheque for $500.

All entries submitted must feature projects that have used Contra Vision Perforated Window Film, Contra Vision Impress (formally known as Contra Vision ORSTM) or Contra Vision XRTM technologies.

The competition is split into five categories, including Building Wraps, Point of Purchase, Vehicle Wraps, Transit Advertising and Innovative Uses and in addition, there will also be an overall winner.

See-through window graphics enable advertising, branding, signs or décor on glazing to be viewed form the outside, but seen through from the inside, thus facilitating application on areas where otherwise they would not be acceptable. Well designed, imaginative see-through graphics help to promote the overall use of see-through graphics, inspiring others to consider it as a useful communication medium and the Contra Vision Wrap Artistscompetition is designed to generate interest by showcasing the best see-through graphics worldwide.

The deadline for the receipt of entries is Friday 19th September 2014 and projects may have been executed at any time up to that date from 1st January 2012. The winners will be announced on Wednesday 22nd October at the SGIA 2014 Expo in Las Vegas, with winners being seven days prior to that date.

To enter, contact Dee Barrington-Ford at to request an entry form, or visit and follow the Wrap Artists link, where entries can also be submitted electronically.

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