Custom Dry Transfers for TV and Print Advertising

Dry transfers are used in a variety of ways throughout the TV and print advertising industry. Whether they’re used for commercial product placement or found on a museum display, Color Vu can help you create a custom look and bring your vision to life.

Custom Rub On Transfers for Museum Art

Every piece of artwork must include a title, the artist’s name, and other pertinent information. Custom transfers allow you to beautifully display these facts without detracting from the masterpiece they supplement. Whether you need it applied to a glass case, card holder, or even directly to the wall, a dry transfer is easy to apply and won’t leave behind residue when exhibits change.

You can also use rub down transfers to mark different sections of the museum or to indicate specific exhibits with brief descriptions. Whether your museum’s aesthetic is classic or modern, we have a variety of finishing types available to complement your style.

Custom Dry Transfers for Product Placements in Commercial Runs

Commercials only have an instant to capture someone’s attention. Since product placements are extremely crucial, Color Vu offers custom rub down transfers. You can turn your vision into a reality and capture the exact look and feel you’re going for. Some of the most common applications include:

  • Printed Bottles. Beverages, condiments, perfume, and other products that come in bottles are the perfect candidates for a custom rub on transfer. It’s easy to add a logo, brand name, design, and other important information.
  • Cosmetic Tubes. Many cosmetic products come in a tube, such as lotions, creams, moisturizers, and foundations. With dry transfers, they can be completely personalized to capture your brand’s essence.
  • Kitchen Mixers. From the brand name and the logo to the mixing speeds and other information, kitchen mixers must utilize a variety dry transfers to achieve a clean, polished look.
  • Medical Devices. In addition to numbers and intricate measurement increments, medical devices utilize rub down transfers for branding purposes.