Billboard Brings School Zone Awareness True Colours puts together big billboard to help Preventable.ca raise drivers' awareness of school zones (Sept/06/2011)
Car Bitten In Half By T-Rex True Colours was tasked by Rethink Advertising with the job of making a car look like it had been bitten in half by a T Rex. The trick was that the car still had to be drivable - yes, even without it rear end!! (Sept/02/2011)
True Colours buys Canadian Flatbed
True Colours Ltd of North Vancouver buys Canadian with the purchase of a FujiFilm Acuity Advance flatbed printer. The machine, ordered from FujiFilm at SGIA trade show in Las Vegas in October, was delivered on November 1. It can print in colour and white directly on rigid materials up to almost 2" thick and 4 feet by 8 feet in size, plus a roll-to-roll option with a width capacity of 86.5". The ability to print directly onto rigid material enables faster turnrounds as well as, in many instances, eliminating the need for mounting and laminating.
"The Acuity," says company president Carl May, "is manufactured right here in Richmond, BC and utilizes the latest in variable dot technology, producing the best image resolution of any flatbed machine I've seen to date. True Colours has built its reputation on providing exceptional quality and this new unit now allows us to provide direct to substrate print output that meets our exacting standards."
Independently owned True Colours, in its 20th year of operation, specializes in producing many types of digital printing, signage and displays for sales centres, conventions, tradeshows, shopping malls, museums and exhibitions as well as unusual items for advertising stunts and film studio props.
Established in 1991, True Colours is a full service print and graphics provider specializing in:
True Colours and Dyna Graphics are delighted to announce that due to the imminent retirement of two of the partners of Dyna, Dennis and Rick Selinger, the two companies have come to an agreement to merge services.