Iconography completed this Sprinter Van wrap for one of our main suppliers. 3M provides much of the high quality vehicle wrap vinyl and laminates we use for our vehicle wrap projects. Continue Reading →
Iconography completed a seamless full matte black wrap on a Bentley Arnage for a customer in Los Angeles, CA . This gorgeous transformation is done with the highest quality matte black wrapping cast on the market, and Iconography’s unique ability to achieve a flawless, seamless finish.
Iconography is proud to have wrapped this Ferrari F430, complete with ASI body kit and reconfigured “Scuderia-style” exhaust, in preparation for its debut at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
“Ok so I picked up my first van tonight, I almost fell over onsite. You guys took an 8 year old van and made it look like it was brand new, to say I’m impressed would be putting it lightly. Can’t wait to see the rest of the vehicles, thanks for the great job!”
“When I was considering a wrap, I shopped around at various websites and made many phone calls in inquiry. James at Iconography was the only person to actually explain the product, and expressed his personal enthusiasm for BMWs, and set my mind at ease about using a product like this on my car.”
The Nissan Cube makes a great advertising vehicle – pun intended! The car’s unique lines draw attention, and when you add a custom vehicle wrap by Iconography, the impact is amplified.
“Working with Iconography has been an enlightening experience: not only were they willing to take on a project, that to my knowledge, has never been done before; (Vinyl wrap a WHOLE airplane), but in the process, they transformed my rather dowdy airplane into the ‘Belle of the Ball.'”
“Iconography Studios designed and installed an amazing wrap for the new Nissan Cube. They were easy to work with, and the results were beyond what we could have imagined. The newly wrapped Cube draws a lot of attention to our dealership…”
“My Trailer looks awesome. I receive a lot of “Wows” and people just stop and stare. Some people come up to touch it and are amazed at the graphic details and method of application that was used for signage/advertisement.”