Ferrari Color is a nationally recognized digital graphics production facility, offering large and grand format printing, trade show graphics and digital laser prints. Ferrari Color specializes in full-color murals, vehicle and window graphics, banners, billboards and display signage. Ranked #4 among the nation’s top graphic producers by Wide-Format Imaging, Ferrari Color is a trusted name in commercial graphics. Ferrari Color offers high-quality large format photo, inkjet, and fabric printing as well as digital laser prints.
Scotchprint certified and using the latest in technology, Ferrari Color produces work on a suite of UV-ink printers which are a more environmentally conscious choice for printing. The company is in the process of implementing a strong “Green” policy, as well as improved production workflow systems.
Ferrari Color has enjoyed positive growth under its current ownership since 1987. With locations in Salt Lake City, Sacramento, and San Francisco, Ferrari Color has become well known for producing visual displays for national organizations including, Mrs. Fields, Whole Foods, Novell, Sports Illustrated and many more. Ferrari Color is known locally in Salt Lake City, for the production of the larger-than-life Utah Jazz window graphics installed on the Energy Solutions Arena in downtown Salt Lake City. Other well known projects include visual displays for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, as well as stadium graphics for such events as the NBA Playoffs, NFL football games, and the US Open Tennis Tournament.
Ferrari Color in its current position is a blend of two successful companies that came together to provide the best customer experience and printing services in the Western states.
Founded in 1978, Creative Color in Salt Lake City, Utah has its roots in photographic imaging. Under the current management since 1987, the company continued to focus on its customers’ needs, expanding into large and grand format printing. In 2001, Creative Color purchased Sacramento-based Ferrari Color, eventually taking its name in 2003.
Sacramento-based Ferrari Color was purchased by Maggie Ferrari in 1990 (originally Hacker Color). The company grew in very similar ways as Creative Color, making the two organizations a great match. The addition of the San Francisco/Emeryville office added sales support to the Bay Area.
Ferrari Color continues to strive in offering the best commercial graphics at competitive prices while taking care of its customers.