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Phototex on display at London art exhibition

London-based American artist Loreal Prystaj recently used Phototex self-adhesive fabric to help create a unique art installation for the ‘Around the Table’ exhibition at No.20 Arts Gallery in Islington.

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‘Nude Pepper’ invited viewers to “consume and be consumed” by its sights, scents, and sounds

‘Nude Pepper’ was displayed as an immersive kitchen space that Prystaj invited viewers to “consume and be consumed” by its sights, scents, and sounds.
Phototex has a receptive coating that enables detailed inkjet printing and produces what the manufacturer describes as “vibrant and striking” finished images. 

The unique, patented adhesive, Phototex adds, allows for fast application and can be removed and re-applied without leaving any residue or damage to the surface.

“Phototex was like nothing I had used before. It is very easy to apply, remove and then reapply,” Prystaj says, adding: “This is so important for me as it is hugely frustrating to work with products that are tricky to install and allow no margin for trial and error. 

“What I love about Phototex is that I can quickly remove bubbles and creases and if it has been installed slightly crooked, it is very easy to remove and replace exactly as I want it.”

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