Bristol-based sign maker Creative Signs is taking the wide-format printing world by storm.
According to largeformatreview.co.uk, the company's investment in a wide format printer/cutter is taking the firm to places it would have never thought possible without the technology.
The education sector in particular has been a ripe market. Its need for 'engaging and sophisticated' backdrops has enabled the company to use its new asset to maximum effect.
It recently created an impressive six-metre wide typographical work for Redland Green School, which asked for a series of colourful word clouds to be dotted around the school to help inspire pupils' creativity and induce positivity.
Create-signs.co.uk reveals that the firm has also had attained local successes in Western College and the Bridgwater College Academy.
Outside of the education realm meanwhile, Creative Signs has decorated another public space - the Weston town hall. As part of this project, Creative Signs used its printer's contour cutting capabilities to carefully match the existing colour schemes present on the walls, pillars and fixtures of the building; before producing a seamless expanse of matching printed vinyl.
In a statement suggesting the company couldn't deal without it, Creative Signs' co-director Andrew Fogg says wide format printing has enabled the company "to turn jobs around quicker, provide better customer service and [it] ensures we're in control of how we manage our jobs".