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It's Child's Play

Posted by Daryl on 9 March 2016

IMG MM Playground 7We love doing murals, so when we were approached to reproduce artworks designed by Christchurch school kids, naturally we wanted to be part of the production. It would be fair to say murals are one of our specialties and outdoor murals are a bit rarer than their more common indoor counterparts. Keeping in mind we were dealing with exposure to mother nature we came up with the right product for the job and our attention to detail saw the project turn out a stunner.

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Making The Most Of Window Space

Posted by Jo on 26 January 2016

IMG MWwindow1In this blog I showcase how McKenzie and Willis are making the most of their windows to communicate with customers what's happening in-store. When you partner with Adgraphix we open up a world of options that you can utilise just as McKenzie and Willis have with this promotional signage leading into Christmas.

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New Pavement Graphic System

Posted by Scott on 21 April 2010

                      Let's take a look at a new non PVC pavement graphic system from Avery. This film called Street Graphics is a completely new take on pavement graphics. The above photo is of an A4 sized sample that has been down for just over a month outside our factory roller door. Our forklift and van have given it a hiding but it's still holding up very well. It is designed to break up and conform to the surface reducing slip hazard. When you have finished with it you simply waterblast it away.

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