Direct Embed has worked on theme parks, zoos, museums, and exhibitions. We particularly like working with creative designers like the Gecko Group, translating their vision into great interpretive graphics. This is their recent work at the Nashville Zoo.
We all loved visiting the statue of liberty as a kid but in recent years the crowds have made the experience difficult. The new Stature of Liberty Museum can bring the magic of the 150 year old monument to millions. Direct Embed worked closely with designer ESI and fabricator Maltbie to create durable panels to interpret the statue. Direct Embed is becoming the go-to for durable exhibition graphics, particularly for places that require both high resolution and durability.
If you have walked the Ohio State University it is most likely you have been standing on the site of the old Ohio Field torn down in 1922. These days several buildings and roadways cover the land. University architect Bernie Costantino developed a university project to commemorate the field and the legends who competed on it with signs and yard markers that were installed in the spring of 2017. All graphics on the markers were developed with the Direct Embed Coating System which was perfect to wrap the three dimension landmarks in historic pictures and interpretive text.
Watch a short movie summarizing the program at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URmBjq01ngo&feature=youtu.be
Direct Embed is the leading durable graphic approach for wayfinding projects. The tough, durable, long lasting powder coated graphics are perfect for directional, interpretive and identification signs and landmarks. Direct Embed works with multi-dimensional surfaces, different materials, and can even be integrated into ADA signs!
We are proud to present our recent projects and methods at the SEGD event on August 17-18 in Boston.
Watch a short movie focused being presented at the SEGD event at