Greener By Design Vlog

Let us help you meet your sustainability goals with visual merchandising materials that also meet your high standards. The short videos below introduce new, greener alternatives to commonly used materials. Contact us if you’d like a sample.

The Greener Display Fabric

RTex is a lightweight poly material that's easy to work with, will reduce your shipping charges, and can even be turned into fuel pellets. Check it out!

The Greener Shape Shifter

Sintra Eclipse is printable, buildable, and oh-so versatile in a number of applications. See why it’s the green VM dream material.

The Greener Sign Choicer

Take your company from Styrene to green: See why recycled Styrex 525 is an easy and economical way to switch to green printed signs in our next video installment.

The Greener Banner

Hop-Syn’s tree-free, synthetic paper combines the strength of plastic with the printing performance of a fine offset paper.

A Green Alternative to Vinyl

Meet Soyang’s ST-118, the lightweight, double-sided, polyester mesh that’s virtually indestructible and completely recyclable.

The Greener Wrap That Lasts

Think going green means giving up durability? Meet 3M’s Envision, a print wrap film that conforms to just about any surface, from textured walls to floors.

A Greener Window Cling

Magic Cling from Ritrama gives you the performance of a PVC cling product without the environmental concerns. It also adheres to almost anything, with a very forgiving peel so you can reposition with no problem. Plus, it’s only about half the cost of other self-adhesives.

A Greener, Two-Sided Adhesive

Mount-Smart Opti-Clear Removable is a solvent-free, two-sided adhesive from AGL. Out of the seven products we tested on a recent window project, we found it to be the best performing and least costly. Take a look and see!

A Greener Option to Foamcore

Meet Bubble X, an eco-friendly alternative to styrene and PVC foam products. Both flame resistant and weather-resistant, you can use it inside or out for any store signage needs. Bonus: it costs 25% less than PVC products, too.