Avery Dennison Showcases New Wall and Car Wrap Films at ISA Sign Expo

Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions showcased three new digital textured wall films – Pure Canvas, Crushed Stone and Natural Stucco – and new Transparent Colored Overlaminates for Conform Chrome films in Booth #284 at the International Sign Association (ISA) Sign Expo. The films were used in an interactive wall puzzle, a 3D photo area and mini hood wrap station at the Sign Expo, which took place on April 20-23 in Orlando, Florida.

“Graphics professionals had the opportunity to get hands-on with the MPI 2600 portfolio films with Pure Canvas, Crushed Stone and Natural Stucco dimensional finishes at ISA Sign Expo," said Carolyn Polanski, director, marketing communications,  Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions. “In addition, the new Transparent Colored Overlaminates paired with various Conform Chrome colors were integrated into a car wrap so attendees could see some of the color possibilities.”

Steve Carney of Carbon Wraps in Orlando installed MPI 1005 Supercast Easy Apply RS™ and the new Transparent Colored Overlaminates for Conform Chrome, available in three distinct colors – orange, green and purple – on a Nissan GTR which appeared in the Avery Dennison booth. Attendees had the opportunity to wrap a mini hood with new color combinations and take it home with them as a souvenir.

Additionally, visitors to the booth took photos in front of 3D graphics printed on the new Pure Canvas, Crushed Stone and Natural Stucco wall films.

Avery Dennison digital media was on display in many booths at Sign Expo. Advantage (Booth #2245), EPSON America, Inc. (Booth #2557), HP (Booth #1971/1957), Roland (Booth #734), Mutoh (Booth #959) and OKI Data Infotech (Booth #1171) had MPI 1005 Supercast Easy Apply RS™, MPI 2600 wall films and the next generation of digital Supercast film, which is launching soon, on display.

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