New & Noteworthy from Level

Pantone Releases their Spring 2017 Color Report

In the wake of Fashion Week, the Pantone Institute has released their Top Ten Colors for Spring 2017. Included in their forecast are several intensely bright and vibrant colors, such as the second place winner, “Primrose Yellow” 13-0755 – which we are happy to see. Here’s a sneak peek of the new Level color palette, “Zest”.

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Artist Spotlight: Alessio Trerotoli, Photographer

Alessio Trerotoli is an Italian photographer, born and raised in Rome, who finds his subject matter traveling the world. Trerotoli creates abstract representations of urban landscapes by superimposing several different photographs to build a single, multi-layered image.

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Project Spotlight: Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot

Built in 1897, the Milwaukee Road Depot and Freight House was Minneapolis’ main railroad station, and the end of the line for the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad Company. Now known as “The Depot”, a recent renovation to the hotel guest suites features a sleek, modern design with high-end fixtures and luxurious furniture.

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Project Spotlight: OSU Fry Hall

For the Low Vision and Pediatric Optometry Clinic in Ohio State University’s Fry Hall, the Level Design “Alpha Beta” was used as both vinyl wallcovering and window film.  Resembling a jumbled eye chart, this whimsical pattern of letters was custom colored to OSU’s scarlet and grey and other bright palettes to create an upbeat atmosphere. Used as window film at the Clinic’s Entrance, the background of the design was kept clear to allow light to fill the space – but the graphic element ensures safety for those who can’t perceive the difference between clear glass and an opening. Graphic window film helps to create this visual difference, and also presents an opportunity for branding by using OSU’s easily recognizable scarlet and grey. Inside the Clinic, columns were also wrapped with the pattern, incorporated OSU’s scarlet and gray brand, as well as a fun secondary palette of colors with small scale letters. Inside the exam rooms, the same pattern was used at a larger scale with a variety of background colors to help distinguish the spaces. Here at Level, we are experts in the use of digital print technology for multiple substrates – whether you would like Type II Vinyl or Window Film, or both, our team has the

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