Twilite is Fisher's newest backlit fabric for light box applications.
Tent provided easy installation and near-perfect cut and stability in very windy conditions.
Printable reflective film features air-release liner to reduce bubbles in graphic applications.
Advanced platform delivers outstanding color consistency.
Sub-Suede produces suede-like feel with transfer printing and velvetlike feel with direct printing.
Throughout the entire supply chain, the fabric graphics market is stepping up its green game.
The display used polyester backlit fabric with zip-on and zip-off interchangeable graphics.
A mesh building wrap preserves the iconic look of a landmark and allows work to continue behind it.
Multimedia technology takes fabric exhibits to a new level.
Fred Tracy brings creative solutions to his work in the tent industry.
The Twitter Dress by CuteCircuit is an elegant gown that lights up with tweeted messages.
Amistad Academy looked to Design 360 to create a colorful, changeable look to the school.
Fabric graphics in interior settings can take an office, hospitality or retail space from average to amazing.
Hearst approached Color X to produce banners for their iconic Manhattan office building.
The winning mural uses 20,445 square feet of printed vinyl fabric mesh.
Products and services rendered green by today's standards may not be the guidelines for sustainable or green products of the future. Because the green process is a living process in constant change, FGA members have prepared the following sustainability statement as a guideline for all members of the industry:
The Fabric Graphics Association is committed to supporting the sustainable business practices of its members.
FGA, through its educational efforts, encourages the understanding and implementation of environmentally, socially and economically responsible programs that support the growth of its member companies.
FGA works with manufacturers and suppliers to promote products that are environmentally friendly.
FGA encourages its members to adopt practices that conserve resources and energy in their processes, as well as minimize the use of harmful chemicals. FGA members are encouraged to design their products to lower the use of energy throughout the life span of the product.
FGA members should look for opportunities to apply sustainable practices throughout their entire organizations, not just on the plant floor.
The FGA board of directors encourages members to use third party certification programs for formal recognition of their sustainability programs.
The statement will be reinforced during a symposium to be held at IFAI Expo 2009 in San Diego, Calif.