The Versitility of Floor Graphics

Floor graphics can serve a wide variety of purposes. They are used in advertising and are incorporated into architectural design to transform environments.  New and innovative highly conformable printable floor media can be applied to high traffic sidewalks, asphalt surfaces, garage floors, cement, and brick – making the possibilities almost limitless.

High-Traffic Indoor/Outdoor Floor Graphics

This outdoor floor graphic for NASCAR conforms to the brick that it was applied to and is suitable for high volume traffic. It can sustain snow, rain, as well as high temps and sun exposure.


G-Floor Graphic printable flooring is a clear, flexible pure PVC product that provides excellent image protection and an alternative to vinyl floor graphics. With several textures available, this versatile flooring option is becoming a popular choice among graphics professionals.

Floor graphics such as this located inside the Basketball Hall of Fame can mimic a painted graphic and is designed to withstand high volume foot traffic.

Indoor and Retail Floor Graphics

Floor graphics can be used as an architectural design element. This floor graphic is for Print Avenue designed by interior design studio Egue y Seta. Photo Credit:

3D floor graphic designed and installed across retail stores in Australia for ANT-RID to promote their liquid solution against ants. Photo Credit:


3D Floor graphic for Oral B in a retail setting. Photo Credit:

Floor graphics can cover surfaces wall to wall, making a bold statement.