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Digital Printing Blog

Government Cloud Forum 2016

On Tuesday, October 25th, Microsoft held a day long experience where you interested parties learned how to accelerate the digital transformation of government, meet key executives & fellow customers as well as network with strategic partners at the 5th Annual Government Cloud Forum that was held at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C.[…]

Color Reflections Philadelphia Exterior Building Mural

Color Reflections Philadelphia was looking for a 'WOW' factor for the exterior of their building. By printing several high quality graphics and piecing them together, they definitely achieved their goal! After installation, the graphics almost appear to to painted on, making the piece as a whole that much more impressive. This is just a taste of what we can offer your company!

Throwback Thursday: 2009 Orlando Magic Campaign

Back in 2009, the Orlando Magic were in need of some large format banners as well as some light post banners. Color Reflections Orlando printed and installed these massive banners for their Blue & White Ignite campaign in Orlando, Florida. Judging by their stacked roster that year (Dwight Howard, Rashard Lewis, Hedo Turkoglu, J.J. Redick, Jameer Nelson), it's no surprise that[…]

Banner At National Museum of American Jewish History

The National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia is hosting the Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution Special Exhibition from September 16, 2016 to January 16, 2017. Color Reflections printed and installed this massive banner to promote the exhibit. #GrahamRocks

TD Canada Trust Vancouver Office Mural

Canada, eh? Not a problem! Check out this office mural that we put together for a TD Canada Trust location in Vancouver! The mural consisted of 17 glass panels that covered spanned 80 feet located above their interior offices. The simple, subtle touches to an office sometimes are the best.

Chestnut Square Concrete Wall Mural Install

Chestnut Square in West Chester, Philadelphia was looking to spruce up the walls inside of the new apartment building garage on East Gay Street. They gave Color Reflections a call and we knocked it out of the park! We installed the rough textured concrete wall mural that you see in these three photos. It definitely adds a little something something to a usually dark and dreary[…]

Chestnut Square Dog Wash Wall Murals

Color Reflections Philadelphia was tasked with coming up with a few wall murals for the Chestnut Square Dog Wash. So they decided to channel their inner Andy Warhol for the mural that you see below. Both turned out absolutely fantastic and the client was thrilled. Another job well done!

La Cucina At The Market Window Graphics

La Cucina at the Market offers cooking classes to those interested in the Philadelphia area. Well, Color Reflections cooked up some sweet new window graphics for the outside of La Cucina to give it some extra curb appeal! The food looks so good that you can almost eat it! Seriously though, don't try that. The lemons definitely don't taste like lemons...

Di Bruno Bros. Bottle Shop Window Graphics

Color Reflections was called upon to create some eye catching window graphics for the Di Bruno Bros. Bottle Shop, which opened in June of 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Bottle Shop is a great place to sip on a craft beer while enjoying cheese boards and charcuterie plates that pair well with these adult beverages...and we think that these graphics really pair well[…]

Democratic National Convention Banners

Well, the Democratic National Convention is currently being held right here in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania! Color Reflections was asked to print and install the banners that you see in the following photos. These banners are lined up quite prominently along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. You can see City Hall and the Art Museum in the background!