Recently, we teamed with the Ken Larson Company, creating amazing Paris and Italy scenery for the Washington Ballet.
Enhance a Colour returns to the Manhattan College Campus to create some innovative ideas. This time, we helped change their outlook. Manhattan College wanted to transform their surroundings. We studied their needs, and came up with several smart solutions.
We were able to produce seamless dynamic displays using dye-sublimation printing on Broadway Fabric, installed it all on a custom frame, and finished in record time.
If you are in the New York City area this holiday season, we hope you can stop and see some of our work at the locations mentioned below: Macy’s on 34th Street Macy’s at Herald Square dazzles with some of our window graphics. Working with Jessica Malone-Atkinson of the Sparks Design Group, we used a combination of UV full color
Enhance a Colour’s manufacturing team, (pre-imaging, fabric production and finishing) works with the in-house design department of Lockheed Martin to create large fabric displays that are both one sided and double sided for the presentation needs of the marketing department of Lockheed. Using Enhance a Colour’s new 10 picoliter dot fabric printer, which creates continuous tone looking fabric prints on