illuminated advertisement in closed lightboxes
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Citylight is a paper used in illuminated display media, such as light boxes and bus shelter advertising.
Where is Citylight paper suitable?
Citylight paper is most often used for backlit Citylight applications at bus and tram stops, underground stations, shopping centres and airports. The advantage of this material is its density structure, which means that when it is backlit, it reproduces colours and tones perfectly.
What are the properties of Citylight paper?
Citylight paper has a grammage of 150 gsm, a satin finish and a smooth surface. Citylight graphics have rich, vibrant colours, which attract the attention of passers-by on their way to the shops, offices or friends. Citylight paper is a material that is most often backlit from below, so the information on it is visible even in the evening. Some customers, who want to more sharpen the colours of their Citylight printed graphics, opt for an additional overprint to achieve an even better visual result when backlit.
What is the size of a standard Citylight medium?
Advertising media using Citylight paper-type material are most often 1.20 x 1.80 metres in size. The systems are located in many areas of urban space: pedestrian areas, bus stops, popular places. They display advertisements, social campaigns and important information about the agglomeration.