The Hot Rod Shop has a large trailer for moving cars. They decided that they wanted to capitalize and use it for advertising. Keeping in line with their current minimalistic branding we opted to apply their logo and website URL. The finished trailer features the branding on both sides of the trailer as well as the back. Most companies instinctually want to go overboard but it can quickly cloud your message. The hot rod shop likes to let their work speak for itself. “We want everyone looking at the car, not the trailer next to it.” —Jamie, Founder.
Tom Stewart Plumbing’s work truck fleet graphics are the perfect middle ground between budget friendly and brand exposure. We outfitted their entire fleet with new logo graphics that reinforce their branding. You can also see some of the trees in Sterling Heights, MI as they start to turn beautiful shades of red.
As you can see the old sign at the Linwood Building had seen better days. Being tenants in the building ourselves we wanted to make sure that the new sign really ‘leveled up’. I don’t know about you but I think we nailed it.
• jBond Substrate
• Latex Print
C.M. Nagy from Needlework Tattoo felt that his walls were missing some personality so he designed a wall graphic. We produced and installed it in under an hour. Graphics can be budget friendly so don’t count them out.
• 3M Series 50
Talk about a fun project for a fun non-profit. Peacemakers International developed a really cool variation of an old english ‘D’. They worked the letters GOD into the center and dubbed the design “God is in the D” (catchy, right!?). Fast forward to the summer of 2019 and they decided that their bus needed ‘something’, but what? We played around with some different concepts and ended up with this tail wrap that was effective and cost efficient.
• 3M 1080
• 3M Series 50
• Gloss Laminate
• 3M Adhesive Promoter