Texas PSP installs thought-provoking art for esteemed museum


The Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth, TX, chose the Texas Primary Color, one of the leading PSPs in the city, to install Stephanie Syjuco’s site-specific, multimedia installation titled ‘Double Vision’. To print the thought-provoking pieces, Primary Color used its EFI Vutek GS3200 printer onto 3M 180C Controltac graphic film with 3M Scotchcal matte overlaminate 8520. The exhibition included floor-to-ceiling murals digitally reinterpreting two chromolithographs by Albert Bierstadt, which measured 102×16 ft high, covering 1632 sq ft, and comprised 26 panels.