No Kings Collective—a D.C.-based creative agency that specializes in experiential design, installations, and murals—tapped Britten on an ongoing multi-platform initiative for the PBS documentary series American Portrait. For a fine art reproduction that could be easily installed and changed out, the 38’ x 68’ 18oz. vinyl print and OVIO™ frame delivered. Click here to learn more about Britten frames and large-scale printing.
While fans are unable to attend Sabres games at New York’s KeyBank Center this season, the team worked with Britten to fill seats and promote arena advertisers in a different way. Custom fabric seat covers with sponsors and logos can be seen right now during TV broadcasts of Sabre home games. Designed to fit any seating dimensions and/or framing requirement, seat covers are designed for a wrinkle-free fit and fast on-off advertising changeouts.
Saying it loud. Displaying it proud. When Michigan’s Riverside Church wanted to spread their message to their local community, they chose a heavy-duty OVIO™ frame paired with a 20’ x 6’ 18oz outdoor vinyl print. Easy to install. Wall-mounted or stand-alone. For big banners that hang tough and look great in any climate, click here to learn more.
A tight budget didn’t stop the Michigan’s Leelanau Community Cultural Center from celebrating the gift of art. Working with the Britten team, LCCC marked the purchase of their HQ and art center by “wrapping” the 100-year-old building with a custom printed ribbon made from 18oz vinyl. Contour-cut, rigid panel formed the giant red bow. If you have a building to wrap or need fun accents, we have options.