Thursday, April 20, 2006

The makers of the 2nd best photoluminescent safety egress system must be so pissed.

Every once in a great while, I come across an ad headline that I just can not argue with.

(scanned from an issue of Crain's NY Business)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just had to look it up.

1:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For something that's supposed to illuminate pathways, that's a pretty dark ad.

2:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey popken,

when you first look at it you're like... oh man, i'm so confused -- whats going on?!?

then you notice the shapes of the stairs and it all makes sense.

its about contrast, bro

3:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"This way to the egress."

Just a suggestion.

8:40 PM  
Blogger Rikki said...

isn't an egress a type of bird residing in australian marshlands?
Maybe i'm thinking of bunyips.

9:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


9:09 AM  
Blogger kristine said...

ohhh, STAIRS. i thought it was blow.

10:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Luminous Products Co.,Ltd

The main products are rare earth-activated silicate aluminates photoluminescent pigment and its related products. After absorbing light for 10-30 minutes, it can glow for more than 12 hours in the dark. It is non-toxic, non-radioactive, and completely safe for the using of most lines.

The products can be classified into five main series:

1. Photoluminescent/Luminous/Glow in the dark pigment

2. Photoluminescent/Luminous/Glow in the dark ceramic glaze

3. Photoluminescent/Luminous/Glow in the dark tile

4. Photoluminescent/Luminous/Glow in the dark signs

5. Photoluminescent/Luminous/Glow in the dark photo paper (printing paper)

6. Photoluminescent/Luminous/Glow in the dark Tapes Sheets Films Acryl board

The photoluminescent pigment can be used in many transparent or translucent mediums, such as plastic, paint, glaze, ink, glass, printing slurry etc. It can be widely used in emergency signs, pass way signs, switches, enamel nameplate, road signs, toys, handicraft, clock, etc.



12:50 PM  

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