Thursday, September 22, 2011
With fall fishing on the minds of many of us here, we thought we would post this link we found of our owner, Davin Brandt. He was the special guest guide on KHO a couple years ago as they fished steelhead on the North Shore of Minnesota's Lake Superior.
If Davin is not in the shop or working on location with clients he is usually on a river or lake somewhere. This time of year you may also have to look to the fields of South Dakota. Hey, has anyone seen him yet today? Oh, wait, his truck is still here, but then again it is only Thursday.
The link below should take you to one of the videos. If you look hard enough (YouTube) you may also see his appearance on Cook What you Catch with Randy Meier.
Posted by Big Idea at 9:22 AM
Monday, September 12, 2011
This project has been a sort of work in progress that we have been working on with our friends at Webknowledgy. These 2' x 4' signs are proudly displayed at Calvary Lutheran Church and are a great exhibit of the professional fine-art quality of our printing.
Each picture involves our direct print digital print process. You can't tell in the image here, but the red and white identical signs are directly printed on our 1/4" thick white sign grade plastic. The other 3 signs were done last year and produced on a removable, adhesive backed window film. They are applied to clear 1/4" acrylic panels. Stay tuned we will have close up images so you can see the incredible detail we are able to reproduce.
Posted by Big Idea at 9:21 AM
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Note that when you get signs like this digitally printed, not all printers print with the same quality. This is a prime example of you get what you pay for. What you will often find is that some outfits will reduce the print quality in order to speed up the production line. We don't. If you want cheap and fast, expect a less quality graphic, and you have plenty of sources online to order direct. We stick with printing that will maximize your image or message brilliantly.
Oh, and this project was not crazy in price either. In fact it came in less than our close competition... sure you can get them cheaper on line - buyer beware.
Posted by Big Idea at 10:20 AM