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Stadium Graphics... How would you do it?

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by NP_18, Jun 4, 2020.

  1. NP_18

    NP_18 Member

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    Have a customer interested in potentially using a concrete wall around the interior of a stadium as ad space. They want the entire wall covered, but none of the outlets as you can see in the picture can be covered, and there are quite a few of them. My first thought was to have an aluminum frame made and stretch banner around it, but cutting all the outlets out of the banner sounds like a disaster waiting to happen... Also mulling the idea of using something like alumigraphics. Would be roughly 1300 linear feet and the wall is 5' tall.
     

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  2. MikePro

    MikePro Major Contributor

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    is concrete wall wrap vinyl an option? stuff sticks great, no drilling required.
     
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  3. Lindsey

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    I agree that Alumigraphics or similar would be a good approach.
     
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  4. Reveal1

    Reveal1 Active Member

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    I would be leaning towards just wrapping or using banners on that top tier, with maybe an occasional full length interspersed. Avoid the outlets and obstacles altogether.
     
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  5. NP_18

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    Would be a lot easier to do a banner frame or something similar along the top section only and would definitely make year to year switch outs a lot easier and cost effective. Think I will toss wrapping the full wall and then just doing the banner on the top at them and see what sticks. Thanks!
     
  6. Billct2

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    I agree with frame system. All those panels will make wall wrap a pain.
     
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