Recently, Justin Dean from Royce’s Prop Shop needed a backdrop solution for an upcoming event. He was faced with having to print a 116′ x 8′ worth of backdrop in a quick amount of time, and he had a strict budget that needed to be met. Since the backdrop would only be used for a single event and with the other considerations we came up with a solution that worked well for him and his client.
The final count was 44 pieces for the backdrop. Justin commented ‘The event went great, the walls turned out great, and we were so happy you were able to help us out with the project!’ We are looking forward to working with Royce’s Prop Shop again in the future.
We recently worked with NewSchool of Architecture & Design on an exciting project to display their student’s work on a redevelopment project for the Ford District in Central Eastside of Portland. The project included 34 large format boards accompanied by smaller format books that displayed the student’s work on the project.
The images were on display at the Center For Architecture earlier this month. For further information regarding this project please go to the project webpage at http://www.pdxforddistrict.com.
WP&B is excited to announce our acquisition of the HP PageWide XL 8000. With the HP PageWide XL 8000 we are now able to produce plans that provide beautiful shades of gray and color. With this new equipment there are three major benefits to you: better legibility in shaded areas, improved redlines and markup drawings, and more cost effective color renderings. (more…)
Happy to print signs for GoGreen and Portland Pedal Power for the upcoming Go Green Portland conference on October 5, 2016 #GoGreenPDX. Additional information regarding the conference can be found at http://portland.gogreenconference.net.
We are proud to support the Think Joule team as part of Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest’s first annual peer-to-peer fundraising challenge! For further information go to Be Bold Repel For Her. To support the Think Joule team please go to their page at https://www.classy.org/fundraise/team?ftid=82811.
We wish you and your families the happiest of holidays and a prosperous 2016. Willamette Print & Blueprint has the following holiday hours:
Monday – Wednesday, December 21 – 23 – normal business hours
Thursday, December 24 – 7:30 to noon
Friday, December 25 – closed
Monday – Wednesday, December 28 – 30 – normal business hours
Thursday, December 31 – 7:30 to noon
Friday, January 1 – closed
Over the past few months WPB has worked with Think Joule on a project for KOIN Tower. The scope of the project involved printing and installing a display showcase for KOIN Tower’s upcoming renovation. Think Joule wanted to utilize the space as effectively as possible which meant that we needed to provide graphics that were printed onto plexiglass, adhesive vinyl for the walls, clear vinyl for windows and adhesive frost vinyl for the front door. The project was challenging both logistically and technically given the different medias and color matching.
We enjoyed working with Think Joule on this project. Jennifer Bryan, Owner, Creative Director at Think Joule had the following to say, “WBP was a stellar partner from project launch all the way through to installation. They were methodical in working with our designers to ensure that we had the best possible outcome for our client. The proof is in the final install. We have been getting rave reviews on our design and we owe credit to WBP for their precision, quality and high standards. Can’t wait to work with them again in the future”.
WP&B recently worked with Central Catholic High School on a décor project for the Murphy Center expansion. Central Catholic’s goal was to celebrate past and present students by having images of them in their new expansion hallway and the Heritage Wall. The hallway leading up to the Heritage Wall has six images.
The Heritage Wall has 62 photos. Each photo was printed at 32” x 39” on an ecofriendly wallpaper and installed on the Heritage Wall which is located in an open stairwell in the new Murphy Center expansion.
Portland University was looking for a way to welcome new students to the campus. They knew that they wanted to use their Pilots nickname with the students taking the place of the letter ‘I’. To achieve the desired effect, we printed directly onto FalcolnBoard and used a PVC backing support for additional rigidity. The base of each letter is an Expolinc stand.
Joe Kuffner of Portland University came up with the concept and told us, “The letters were a HUGE hit… there were students and families taking pictures with them literally all day during our freshman move-in, and there was usually a line.”