History of Color Reflections Philadelphia

When We First Put It In Print

A lot has changed in the printing industry since we opened our first reprographics shop doors more than 50 years ago in Houston, Texas. Even our name, which was Arrow Graphics before we became Color Reflections in the 1980s. But one thing that remains constant is the mission of our founders, Carl and Florence Magaziner: to always deliver the highest levels of quality and service possible to each and every one of our printing customers. (Color Reflections co-existed as the color division of Arrow Graphics for several years. You need to understand that the Houston shop still did blueprints and engineering printing until it closed.)

In the 1980s, the Magaziners passed the printing torch to son Paul, who took over the family business, expanded into the world of color printing. Today, Color Reflections still operates out of Houston, as well as five other cities nationwide: Hollywood, Fla.; Las Vegas, Nevada; Orlando, Fla.; Atlanta, Ga.; and of course Philadelphia, Pa.

All locations, each individually owned, continue to revolutionize the large-format visuals market, with work appearing in the top trade show displays across the country. Color Reflections were also pioneers in the print industry by being the first to introduce Lambda digital photo prints, oversize high-res scanning and dye sublimation fabric printing, making it possible to produce prints from 10 feet in size to any length imaginable.

At Color Reflections, if you have the vision, we can print it – on time and on budget. It’s a picture-perfect reflection of the highest quality digital printing services we’ve been providing our clients for the last 50 years.