ARTIST CORNER: Jean-Michel Basquiat

was a Brooklyn born graffiti artist, turned iconic painter of the neo-expressionist movement. JMB was only 27 years old when his untimely death came in August of 1988. Born of a Haitian father and Puerto Rican mother, JMB was intrigued … Continued

Silipint Unimog AKA the “Silimog”

Have you heard of a Unimog? Us either, until we received a request to wrap one for Silipint. This was a fun project to wrap.  It’s always challenging and fun to wrap unique vehicles such as the Unimog.  They present many … Continued

North Star Inn & Resort Sign

Fresh new sign for North Star Lodge on the Killington Access Road. Just in time for the snow! Don’t forget to check out North Star Inn when you book your next Killington Resort ski trip!

Rutland Rec and Parks Signs

Given the heatwave, I think that we can safely extend our Signs of Summer campaign to include a few more! Here’s another in our ongoing update of signage for the Rutland Recreation and Parks Department. Project Manager and builder Nick … Continued

Killington World Cup Banners and Billboard

What are you doing Thanksgiving weekend? Chances are if you’re a fan of Skiing you are spending Thanksgiving weekend chilling out at Killington for the Women’s World Cup event.  2017 is the second year that Killington has hosted the Women’s World … Continued

Phototec Sign

Check out the new sign for Phototec! This was a collaborative project between Gil and Family along with Green Screen from conception to final installation. The initial sign had shown some signs of wear and Phototec looked to us for … Continued

Omya Exhibit at the Marble Museum

The crew at Green Screen has been designing and producing the updated Omya exhibit at the Vermont Marble Museum in Proctor for the past couple of weeks. Well, the installation was completed yesterday and it looks fantastic! The Vermont Marble … Continued

Our New Promo Video!

Interested in a behind-the-scenes look at our operations here at Green Screen Graphics? Check out our new promo video – filmed and produced by Chief Company based out of Killington, VT. Enjoy!