Striking Interior Graphics for the U of A

Striking Interior Graphics for the U of A

Our state’s flagship educational institution, the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, is constantly devising new ways to market its student initiatives and events. For years now, Magna IV has partnered with the U of A to produce high-quality printed collateral for its academic departments, athletic programs and recruitment efforts. So when the university decided to open a Sam M. Walton College of Business satellite facility, it was a no brainer to turn to its trusted partner Magna IV for help with interior graphics.

Window Cling To Enhance Visual Appearance

The university was initially stumped about what to do with its new space on Main Street in downtown Little Rock and its oversized interior glass wall. It knew it wanted some type of window cling to give the building an enhanced visual appeal. However, it also needed a product that would allow students and passersby to see into the space from the street, both day and night.

Vinyl Window Graphic

The Magna IV team immediately went to work, overseeing the project from start to finish. It used its wide-format printing equipment to create a transparent vinyl window graphic 50-feet-wide by 10-feet-tall image of the downtown Little Rock skyline. It printed the image on clear vinyl, a cost-effective and durable material, to help prevent wear-and-tear and damage from cleanings. Its in-house experts then cut and placed the window cling to ensure a seamless installation. Once complete, the U of A was able to settle into its new space and focus on its mission at hand—attracting and educating the next generation of our state’s business leaders.

Does your business or organization need help creating interior design graphics such as window clings, wall wraps or floor graphics? Read our success stories using the latest printing technology. Contact Magna IV at 800-946-2462 today!

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