Likely Not Going Anywhere Soon: The Future Of The Retail Furniture Store

Online retailing has presented more opportunities than obstacles for retail furniture stores. Websites for brick and mortar stores make it easier for retailers to display an increasing amount of merchandise, but one thing just won’t change. Furniture must be comfortable. We want to try it out before we buy it. And it’s big. We want…

Baseball Cards: Analog Relevance In A Digital Age

Ever wonder why it’s called the World Series when only two leagues from the United States compete for the title? There are two explanations that get bandied about, but only one is true. Some may tell you it’s a carryover from when the championship games were sponsored by the New York World Telegram, whose name…

Are These Items On your Business Blueprint For The New Year?

Stick a fork in it and call it done. 2018 is history, and it’s time to focus on the possibilities of a new year. For many businesses, the last quarter of a year represents a substantial opportunity for revenue. We may not have time to prepare for what’s ahead. Nobody’s judging. Cycles are cycles, and…

What Were You Doing In 1978?

Vinyl Art opened its doors for business in 1978. We didn’t Tweet about it or post on Facebook because…well, because the Internet had yet to be invented (that happened in 1983). Things started hopping for technology and for us not long after. We’ve witnessed entire technologies come and go. One in particular stands out. Throughout…

5,000+ Mementos

Take a vacation, then buy a souvenir to help you remember the experience. It’s a little different for us. Take on a client project, then generate a die to create the custom flexible packaging they need. Over the past 40 years we’ve been in business, we’ve amassed over 5,000 of these dies. That’s a lot…

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