Megaboards are an excellent means of advertising on highways and busy highways because of their spectacular size and excellent visibility. A Wallscapes are common advertising facilities in large cities, which are usually located on facades and turbot walls of buildings.
Megaboards are significantly larger than a regular 4 x 3-meter billboard. The large formats of these advertising facilities give the opportunity to present the client on a large scale and create a serious image. Made of vinyl or vinyl net.
The most commonly used Megabord type formats are 8 x 3 m, 8 x 4 m and 12 x 4 m.
The Wallscape are characterized by a high degree of impact. The media is vinyl or mesh, in the presence of windows. At J Point, you will receive a professional consultation and opportunity for complete implementation of your project - from printing the material to installation on the facility. Additional effects can be added, depending on the vision of the advertisement, such as lights and more. Ads by building blinds are most often located at a central location in the city, at a key ramp, traffic light, or other place with constant and intense traffic of cars and / or pedestrians.
The formats and dimensions of this type of equipment vary and in many cases reach even hundreds of square meters.
They are especially suited to large companies that want to consolidate and / or maintain their image on the market.
The Wallscape have significantly larger sizes, reaching 46x40m, of course, they may be larger in size.
File formats: tiff, eps, cdr (text only in curves! ver. 15), ai(text only in curves! Ver cs3, Embedded images!), pdf (text only in curves!)
Color space: CMYK, 8bit For tiff: Mandatory!: Flattened image LZW compression resolution - up to 300 dpi (only for small images).
For images in dimensions 100x200 cm p.e. - no more than 150 dpi (This applies for M 1:1 - not scaled images) No alpha channels!
For vector formats: Color space: CMYK (no pantone, no spots, except white and/or varnish. The white must not be CMYK), 8 bit/channel All text in outlines/curves No overprints especially on white! Cropped images, or exported with artboards. If cutting with contour it must be on separate layer ("Cut" per example)