Fusion Imaging Produces Over 20,000 sq. ft. of Graphics for Utah Museum of Natural History
Kaysville , Utah—January 12, 2012—Large-format printer Fusion Imaging today announced its role in producing the printed graphics that are displayed throughout the entire Utah Museum of Natural History that recently opened in Salt Lake City. As a strategic partner to the museum, Fusion produced the massive murals, printed acrylic and wood panels, pressure sensitive graphics and wallpapers displayed around every corner of the new facility.
“Fusion is proud to be a part of this spectacular local museum,” said Wayne Boydstun, COO at Fusion. “The printing for the museum included some very creative technical pieces that other companies said were ‘impossible’ – but that’s what makes us different, our ability to find solutions. Our key agency and brand partners are well aware that not all printers are cut from the same canvas.”
Fusion’s experience with printing and installing technically challenging pieces started with the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics and the production and installation of the cityscape project which included the massive downtown building wraps.
Exhibit design: Ralph Appelbaum Associates
Exhibit fabrication: Kubik Maltbie Inc.
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