Project Spotlight: L.L.Bean

The L.L. Bean Company, founded in 1912, has long been inspiring people to live life outdoors.  So when they decided it was time to give their corporate headquarters in Freeport, Maine a fresh new look it’s not surprising they chose several striking adventurous landscape images.  But at the core of their corporate art they choose a large space in their atrium to highlight the best-selling products of their company.   From their Ultralight 850 Down Jacket to their Sweater Fleece, the visual is as impressive as it is large at 9 feet wide and 11 feet tall.  The true impact is when the image is changed  every two weeks to excite their employees again and again.    

Project Details: Profile 26 Matrix Frame aluminum extrusion system with silicone edge fabric graphics (SEG) printed by dye sublimation on their exclusive Decotex fabric. Installation and graphic change outs by XP Retail. 

Project Spotlight: Charlotte Hornets Player Wall

When outfitting out the arena for the Charlotte Hornets, XP Retail worked with the organization to come up with an easier, more cost efficient way to change out their player wall. With each new seasons players will change and the vinyl wall they had previously was not only expensive to change, but difficult to get the art work to match up with where the previous player was located.

The Solution: XP Retail installed 15 Profile 26 side by side Matrix Frames with black powder coated aluminum spacers. These graphics looked great and were easily changed out this season to accommodate the new players with a seamless presentation. The use of fabric graphics additionally eliminated glare giving a clear view of the players wall from any angle.