Based in Bristol, AllSigns Visual Communication works with brand owners, agencies, architects and designers to translate their brand visions into impactful signs and graphics.
The company was recently commissioned by KP Wilton & Sons, a Bristol-based building contractor to create a stained-glass effect for the internal entrance of the newly-built atrium at St Patricks Catholic Church in Bristol.
Following extensive sampling and test prints, AllSignscreated a stunning mosaic effect, using multiple UV ink layering, output directly onto a clear self-adhesive film by its EFI Vutek QS2 Pro printer, supplied by CMYUK.
The EFI VUTEk QS2 Pro is a robust, production-level UV printer offering a wide colour gamut, combined with maximum reliability and performance. Its in-line multi-layer print capability and greyscale technology with variable droplets provides designers and signmakers with the creative freedom to deliver maximum visual impact.
Commenting on the project, Graham Wood, Director at AllSigns, said: “We have made a significant investment in several items of printing and finishing equipment from CMYUK, including a cutting table, and the Vutek QS2 Pro. CMYUK has always offered fantastic support to our business and its experts have been on hand to give us lots of advice and support over the years. We feel that it is far more than just a supplier; we regard CMYUK as a trusted partner.It has allowed us to maintain a steady growth through technology in a very competitive market place.”
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For further information on AllSigns Visual Communications, visit: www.allsigns.uk.com