More Than a New York Print Shop

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More Than a New York Print Shop

While we love producing graphics for leading brands and artists all over the world, Duggal Visual Solutions is still a proud New York print shop—and one that goes far beyond the typical commercial printing. We’re reminded of our New York roots every time we get to work on a project in the city that we call home. Here are a few examples:

US Open Tennis

Intertwined in the fabric of Queens, NY for many generations, the US Open is the final major tournament each year for the professional tennis circuit. 

Arthur Ashe—for whom the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center’s largest stadium is named—was the first black player to be selected to the Davis Cup, as well as win the men’s final in Wimbledon, the Australian Open, and the US Open. He would parlay his success into a much larger platform for civil rights. 

At the 2018 US Open, Duggal produced a 16-piece Vibrachrome exhibit offering information about Arthur Ashe’s life that was previously unknown to the public. The display helped to further the legacy of Ashe and shine light on a true icon in modern American history.

 

Staten Island Zoo

The Bronx Zoo isn’t the only zoo in the city. Duggal was honored to partner with the Staten Island Zoo to “wallpaper” the attraction’s brand-new aquarium. Stunning imagery paired with educational content not only enhances the experience, but also gives meaningful context to its deeper purpose of preserving marine life on our planet.

 

The Grammys at MSG

In 2018, when the Grammy Awards made their long-awaited return to the Big Apple, Duggal was tasked with transforming Madison Square Garden and its 7th Avenue breezeway with large format graphics promoting the event. The graphics captured the high-end essence of the Grammys, while our ongoing relationship with MSG allows us many ongoing opportunities to collaborate with the “World’s Most Famous Arena.”

Duggal has produced hundreds, if not thousands, of installations throughout New York City over the years. If you’re looking for more than a New York print shop, contact us.