3D Floor Graphics – How Do They Do That?!
Today’s consumers are bombarded by advertisements everywhere that they look. Billboards, posters, busses…even bathroom stalls and urinals now scream for our collective attention! As a result of this media saturation and advertising overload, it has become extremely difficult for any single marketing message to be heard.
Printed 3D floor graphics can attract today’s jaded and inattentive public in ways that truly delight and amaze. When was the last time an advertisement made you stop in your tracks and say, “How do they do that?!” With 3D floor graphics, you can accomplish just that! Your commercial product or public service message will secure a captive audience by literally jumping off of the ground and demanding notice.
When used in conjunction with other forms of online and traditional adverting, the addition of floor graphic decals has been shown to increase overall sales by as much as 25 to 30 percent. But how are these amazing 3D images manufactured?
The experts at Asphalt Art work with a wide range of graphic designers, advertising agencies, and professional printers to produce custom contoured floor graphics in a wide variety of shapes. They print full-color, high-resolution digital images onto a foil-based product that can be used indoors and outdoors on concrete, asphalt, cement, stone, and virtually any other flooring surface. Extremely durable and environmentally friendly, Asphalt Art decals can also be applied to vertical surfaces and even stairs!
In addition to its versatility and ease of application, Asphalt Art’s UV-curable material is ultra-slip resistant and certified to be 100 percent safe by the National Floor Safety Institute and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. This means that it doesn’t require an anti-slip over laminate like similar products on the market. Asphalt Art’s one step digital printing process saves time and money alike!
The end result of Asphalt Art’s high-tech printing procedure is a safe and effective 3D floor decal that genuinely looks as if it has been permanently painted on.
For more information about how 3D floor graphics work and, more importantly, how they can benefit your business or organization, please visit the Jessup company website.