As I am sure you know by now, the Service Bureau has a vinyl cutter available for use. Whereas it’s most common use is for lettering (you know, for name, titles and the like) we get excited when a customer figures out something different to do with the cut vinyl. That being said, I would like to show you work from a student named Javier Lopez (a former bureau student worker I might add). This is the piece Javier hung in the BFA show this fall
Where is the vinyl? you have to look closely.
Working closely with the Service Bureau to determine how to prep the file, Javier created a 28″ x 80″ vinyl image
of Abraham Lincoln’s face applied to the wall behind the work itself.
If you look closely, you get a good idea of how finely the machine can cut.
So if you have any ideas, come into the Bureau and ask us about our vinyl cutting options. We have many different colors in stock (including reflective white and red!) and we would be more than happy to walk you through how to prep your file.