Graphics and signage
Broadcast Studio Graphics
We have the designers, printers, and personnel to make what you need for any TV set design… and a lot more. Our personnel include skilled craftsmen like woodworkers, color specialists, equipment operators, and a whole shipping department dedicated to getting you a flawless product when and where you need it.
Graphics in TV set design
Graphics have been an important part of broadcast television studio designs since the first interviews, weather, world, and local news programs were aired. It may have started with a hand painted logo, but now it has moved to giant metal constructions covered in abstract printed panels of translucent plexiglas, with monitors everywhere. We can handle all the rendering, planning, designing, printing, and fabrication right here in our building (in addition to the entire broadcast set, desks, and lighting).
Types of printing and fabrication
There are very many ways that graphics can be produced. Printed on a ‘sticky’ vinyl (pressure sensitive adhesive) and then applied to signboard substrates like Sintra or Plexiglas is common. Even more common now is UV printing directly on to the substrate, be it signboard materials, or even glass and aluminum. Fabrics can be dye sublimated, which is incredibly wear-resistant. Furthermore, materials can be cut out to form raised or lowered parts of signage and graphics, similar to the cut out dimensional letters you’re accustomed to seeing in store signage.