Five years ago, Pannier worked with Real Fresh Creative to create extra large format, durable outdoor graphics! The Roots Market wanted to showcase eye-catching signage that would be visible from the road passing by. Along with that, they needed a sign that would last, and outlive the elements.
Rather than try to summarize what the project was, we will quote what Real Fresh Creative recently posted on their website:
The new Roots Market building in Olney, Maryland had three large brick panels that needed something that would work from the road that passes by. These images are 10 x 10 feet and each one is sealed within sheets of fiberglass. Five years later we are seeing neither wear nor discoloration or lightening of the colors in the photographs.
And a final note of thanks from our customer:
“Just wanted to let you know we were all marveling recently at how great those exterior sign panels still look. They look exactly as they always did; it’s like we hung them yesterday. We are particularly impressed with how the yellows have held up; normally those colors would have faded. And our concerns about wear or scratches have evaporated…it’s just a beautiful product, and it lasts like nothing I have ever used. Thanks!”
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