Our museum printing services now cover a hugely diverse range of possibilities. As a leading producer of museum and gallery display graphics, signage and large format printed displays, our work is ideal for permanent exhibitions as well as temporary pieces created for particular exhibitions.
SAS Graphics have many years of experience working with photographers and artists in the reproduction of their art, in London and throughout the UK. We understand that every artist and project is unique is best handled by experts who understand the specific needs of our clients.
Exhibition by Cuban American artist Jorge Pardo at the Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin
When artist Jorge Pardo was commissioned by the Irish Museum of Modern Art to design a large site specific art installation SAS Graphics were called in to produce this ambitious project. Our brief was to cover the entire east wing of the museum with a digitally printed wall covering. This comprised of a corridor over 100 metres long and eight side rooms and interconnecting vestibules. A surveyor was appointed to create CAD elevations of each wall from which we are able to accurately size and print the wall covering.
We printed self adhesive vinyl in sections 3 metres high x 1.5 metres wide. Each section was meticulously art worked with the correct overlap required for a fast accurate installation. This comprised of over 800 pieces totalling 2.5 linear kilometres of printed, laminated vinyl. this was shipped and then installed by SAS Graphics in only 4 days ready for the opening of his new exhibition.
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SAS Graphics has the capacity to produce large scale and high quality art and installation projects for museums and galleries and we have built up a wealth of knowledge and experience and we are ready to undertake even the most ambitious projects.
UV and Eco Solvent printing onto many self adhesive products including window films, self adhesive vinyls and wall coverings.
Enabling us to print directly on to many new materials such as wood, acrylics and glass as well as the traditional display graphics products.