Sublimation Systems was recently asked to sublimate Running Man Rock onto Chromaluxe Exterior using our Sefa heat press. The image is a massive 2400mm x 900mm and was shadow mounted.
The HD metal print is on display outside the Ken Duncan Gallery at Erina Heights NSW.
Running Man Rock was taken by Ray Martin whilst on a commercial flight from Sydney to Darwin. Ken Duncan is one of Australia's most acclaimed landcape photographers
Epson Australia provided the print, and Chromaluxe Australia provided the sheet of Chromaluxe Exterior Gloss White.
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