Let’s face it: We make cool products. That’s why we’ve decided to publish regular blogs to show you just how creative the Alltype Digital Graphics design team and our amazing customers can be when comes to creating signs, banners, digital graphics, vehicle wraps, wall murals, retail POP displays, and more. In addition to case studies, we’ll also discuss our latest equipment upgrades, popular industry trends, and an unlimited amount of ideas for you to create impressive, colorful and entirely unique products for trade shows, events, retail establishments and organizations.
When your offices are on the second floor of a building with many tenants, you need to make it easy for your customers to find you. For Cornerstone Test Prep and Tutoring, it starts at the door. Three doors, actually. Boston-area high school students and their parents can now find the entrance to the tutoring offices, as the Cornerstone name and logo stands out in frosted etched vinyl applied to the top half of the front door. Inside, another door displays the director’s name, Arthur Clark. And a third classroom door features the program’s logo. Now it’s... Read More
When the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation puts on 20 different fundraising walks within the space of a month, they need a lot of lawn signs.
And for close to 30 years, they’ve turned to Alltype Digital Graphics to supply them.
“They’ve been doing it for so long, we don’t need to have long conversations with them,” says Cynthia Macgowan, senior director of development. “They absolutely know what to do.”
She also appreciates how hard the company works to keep costs in line. As a non-profit, this is key... Read More
Big or small, magnets offer an inexpensive option to advertise your message.
On the side of a truck or car, magnets from Alltype Digital Graphics serve as mobile billboards for your business. And when you’re parked or on a job, your vehicle continues to advertise to anyone passing by. Stuck in Boston-area traffic? Give your fellow drivers something to look at and remember. Include your contact information, and you’ve got a business card on wheels.
On a smaller scale, magnets cut to any shape create eye-catching decorations on an... Read More
A Boston-area bank had a problem – their branches had large windows, but taking advantage of that great real estate to promote bank products required complicated hardware. Their agency’s art director knew just who to call – Jon Grocer, owner of Alltype Digital Graphics in Framingham, Mass.
His advice? “Pano film.” Also known as non-adhesive perforated window film, this panorama film is face-mounted on the inside of a window. Its one-way vision design lets light through, but creates a vivid image that’s easily visible outside, even from a... Read More
There’s a lot to be said for consistency, and that’s what Alltype Digital Graphics delivers when Debbie Mark orders vinyl banners for one of Color Inc.’s 40 retail stores.
“I am very particular about my banners,” she says. The colors have to be just right – especially when reproducing sports league logos. For the last five years, Debbie has looked to the team at Alltype Digital Graphics to meet her expectations. When she sends a file to the Framingham operation, she knows what to expect. And if she has an... Read More
After 30 years as an event creator and producer, Gary Sohmers knows how to attract attention. And with close to a dozen roll-up banner stands created by Alltype Digital Graphics at the ready, the man known as “The King of Pop Culture” always makes a splash for the celebrities he brings to major events, such as Comic Con in the Boston area.
You can see a few of these seven-foot banners showcasing Tom Wayland (the voice of 100 different Pokemon characters), Billy West (the man of a million voices, including cartoon characters Ren &... Read More
When your truck is both your billboard and your business location, it needs to impress. For Bob Daniels, owner of Pushcarts Unlimited, another paint job would just be putting lipstick on a pig. He turned to Alltype Digital Graphics for a complete makeover for his Grumman step van.
The size of a