College Football Hall of Fame
Atlanta, GA Color Reflections Las Vegas is proud to be part of the team that brought the new College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience onto the playing field. After nearly 18 months of construction and its move from South Bend, Indiana, to Atlanta, GA.
Color Reflections Las Vegas and Atlanta played a big part in getting fans into the game, producing several different graphic media. Our full-color window graphics, wallpaper graphics, print direct-to-glass panels, duratrans and cut vinyl window graphics are found throughout the 94,000 square-foot space.
We highly recommend a visit http://www.cfbhall.com/
Boise State University
Boise, ID. Go! Orange! Go! Big blue! Fight! Fight! B-S-U! We’re so ready for football season, and so are the Boise State University Broncos. They’re big. They’re blue. And they’re bold. That is, the Broncos AND our large-format graphics. These oversized images make a powerful statement in the Boise State University Broncos new state-of-the-art Bleymaier Football Center. Teaming up with partners Pacific Studio in project fabrication, and Populous in design, Color Reflections Las Vegas scores big with these eye-catching graphics.
Color Reflections produced and installed over 13,000 sf of 3M Control-Tac adhesive back Vinyl as well as dusted crystal window graphics and asphalt art used to conform to the brick walls in the facility.
For more about this project check out our blog http://crvegas.com/boise-state-university-scores-big-large-format-graphics/
Children’s Medical Center Dallas
Dallas, TX. Children Medical Center Dallas wanted exhibits that would inform visitors about the hospitals commitment to providing top-notch medical services to the Dallas Community. Pacific Studios created displays and exhibits that did just that.
Color Reflections helped by producing and installing several graphics that consisted of 3M Translucent Silver Vinyl and 3M Matte Vinyl installed first and second surfaces to glass substrates. The results as you can see are BREATHTAKING!
Seattle, WA. The Museum of History and Industry is certainly a force to be reckoned with. MOHAI is the largest private heritage organization in the State of Washington maintaining a collection of nearly 4 million artifacts, photographs, and archival materials that primarily focus on Seattle and the greater Puget Sound region. MOHAI has existed since 1952, tracking and portraying the region’s history with displays, programs and artifacts. Now in its new location, MOHAI uses these artifacts along with cutting edge, hands-on interactive experiences to make history come alive through the unforgettable stories of the men and women who built Seattle from wilderness to world city.
Color Reflections was honored to be a part of such a collaborative effort with Pacific Studios and supply several of the graphics for this project. From Duratrans mounted to acrylic with custom cuts to prints mounted to Sintra and acrylic it’s always a pleasure to work with such talent.
For more information visit http://www.mohai.org/
The California Endowment: Health Happens Here
The California Museum
Sacramento, Ca. Color Reflections worked with Pacific Studio to help bring this innovative multimedia exhibit to life. Health happens here challenges conventional views on “health” through a series of high tech video games & interactive learning stations.
Color Reflections printed and installed the specialty wall graphics for this exhibit.
Museum of History and Industry
MOB Museum, Las Vegas NV
(Museum of Organized Crime)
Color Reflections Las Vegas teamed up with Pacific Studios to create an incredible experience into the continuing battle between the MOB and the law. Real stories are brought to life as you journey through this interactive world of the mob’s impact on Las Vegas history and its unique imprint on America and the world. Color Reflections Las Vegas printed and mounted over 800 photographic prints for the 41,000- square- foot museum in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“Knowing how important the library of photographs are to the experience at the Mob Museum, our company was both excited and privileged to have the opportunity to bring the story of the Mob to life through our graphics,” said Joe Castellano, President Color Reflections Las Vegas. “Our staff put in over 2000 man-hours to color correct, print, mount, cut and paint the vast library of photographs that tell the rich history of the Mob, and visually introduce the visitor to those men and women who played a role in this historical organization.”
For more information please visit http://themobmuseum.org