This is How and Why to Use PhotoTex Wall Coverings

PhotoTex is hassle free alternative to traditional wallpaper, it’s easy to install, wrinkle and bubble-free, no paste needed and certainly no adhesive residue. You can simply remove it and reposition it whenever you want, without having to worry: they’re tough and tear resistant.

 

You can use PhotoTex wall coverings for many purposes, Starleaton will show your how amazing PhotoTex can be and different inspiring ways to use these exceptional high quality wall coverings.

 

Eye catching interior or exterior designs, artwork or retail displays have never been quicker to create; reducing the need for expensive professional decorators.

  1. Eye-Catching Interior Design

Personalize your space with these adhesive wall coverings and get some positive vibes on. You don’t have much to do: choose, print, peel and stick! The best thing about it is that you don’t have to stick to the same design for long, if you ever feel bored, just remove it to find a clean wall, with no adhesive residue. You can do this on every single occasion or season so that you never get bored.

 

2. Home Use

If you’re looking to enhance the visual experience at home, you can get a sophisticated contemporary design in your living room or some cartoonish graphics in the kids room that are easy to install and even easier to remove later. You can choose to reposition it later on, without having to worry about wrinkles or bubbles.

 

3. Commercial Printing

At your retail store to announce that special promotion or for signs and exhibitions. Whether it’s for a couple of days or tens of years, PhotoTex wall coverings is the perfect choice. Guaranteed peace of mind and quality is what you need for your business.

 

4. Design & Advertising Agency

PhotoTex can be applied on almost any surface, which makes it perfect for agencies to use and grow their businesses when a customer needs quality wall coverings that will last, can be easily installed, removed and repositioned over and over.

 

5. Dealer

PhotoTex is supplied in various formats and widths up to 60” (1524mm) that are compatible with eco-solvent, UV, solvent, latex and aqueous ink. If you’re a dealer who’s looking to grow his business, PhotoTex is your way to go when it comes to wall coverings.

 

PhotoTex wallpaper has the following characteristics:

  • PhotoTex wall coverings will withstand different climate controls with no peeling, ripping or wrinkling whether indoors or outdoors. The adhesive will not weaken or strengthen over time and sticks to all Low and NO VOC paints, it doesn’t continue to cure over time so there is no rush to take it down like any other wallpaper covering.
  • PhotoTex is green, non-toxic and perfectly safe, and now available in a block-out and high tack versions.
  • PhotoTex is repositionable and reusable, also totally paste free.
  • Compatible with various ink types
  • Will stick to virtually any non-porous surface, walls, windows, glass, doors and ceilings.
  • Can be applied to curved mounting surfaces.

 

PhotoTex is only limited by your imagination, offices, shops, nurseries, hospitals all benefit from this amazing wall art.

Emma Hack GEN Z

Best known for her unique body paint installations and photography Emma Hack is an Adelaide-based artist recognised by galleries throughout Australia. Her collaboration with Grammy Award winning musician Goyte in 2011 for the music video ‘Somebody That I Used to Know’ elevated Emma’s International profile. Her exceptional artworks have captured the attention of collectors and art lovers worldwide.

Emma’s body of work, GEN Z features delicately embroidered portrait works accompanied by floor to ceiling imagery, printed onto PhotoTex, that encompasses the gallery space.

Far removed from Emma’s illustrative body art creations, GEN Z is a three part series of photographs printed onto cotton fabric and painstakingly finished with intricate hand embroidery with some of the artworks taking over one hundred and sixty hours to complete. GEN Z is influenced by the characteristics of the digital generation and explores themes of ‘elements’, ‘connection’ and ‘manipulated memories’. Emma Hack’s new works consider the possibility of how generation z will impact our future.

The 100mm deep cotton stretched artworks were printed and framed by Atkins Photo Lab. PhotoTex, supplied by DES, was used as a floor to ceiling wallpaper covering adding a sense of grandiose and life to the gallery space.

PhotoTex is a printable adhesive fabric that can be used to cover virtually any flat surface. PhotoTex can be removed and reused many times over and won’t leave any adhesive residue when removed, making it the perfect media for Emma Hack’s GEN Z exhibition. Large portrait imagery has been printed onto PhotoTex and applied directly onto the gallery walls to achieve a dramatic larger-than-life result.

The Emma Hack Gallery is located at Shop 14, North Adelaide Village 67 O’Connell St, North Adelaide SA.

Images by Atkins Photo Lab.

Express Yourself: Romance Was Born for Kids

Merging fashion and innovation, the National Gallery of Victoria introduce Express yourself: Romance Was Born for Kids, a NGVforKIDS project.

In their first-ever kids' exhibition Anna Plunkett and Luke Sales from Romance Was Born have created three unique and deeply imaginative spaces, designed specifically to encourage children to express their creativity.

PhotoTex has been used to breathe life into the walls of the Gallery where vibrant prints, inspired by films Xanadu and Dot and the Kangaroo, come alive accompanied by sounds and smells to further add fuel to the creative juices.

The vivid wallpaper like artworks have been printed onto PhotoTex with an Epson 9900 printer and fixed onto the walls of the Gallery, completely transforming the space into an interactive universe of colour, texture and play.

The free exhibition runs until March 22, 2015.

Express Yourself: Romance Was Born for Kids at the National Gallery of Victoria

Photo: NGV Photographic Services