Our custom fleet graphics are printed in-house on one of our Roland 6-color large format digital printers onto vehicle-grade vinyl and finished with a UV laminate to protect against fading and minor scratches. Our in-house and nationwide installation team of certified installers applied the car wraps with every attention to detail.
Blue Shield of California is branding a fleet of brand new Toyota RAV4 vehicles. We were fortunate to be chosen to work with Blue Shield’s in-house marketing and design team to print and apply this vehicle wrap to this new fleet.
Our friend Pat knows the power of advertising on his vehicles. That’s why he recently had a custom truck built specifically to optimize his advertising space. Can you guess what his business is? We had previously wrapped both a utility truck and a Sprinter van with a simple yet big and bold message – it is easy to tell what this company specializes in no matter how fast you may be driving by one of these vehicles on the freeway. If you live in the greater Long Beach area, chances are you have also seen these trucks parked around town. They are very effective mobile billboards that do double duty for this company as both work trucks and advertising.
The vehicle wrap experts at Iconography Studios are proud to have designed, printed, and installed these fleet graphics for the Mills Nutrients fleet of Sprinter Vans, located in Long Beach, CA.
The first Carma Car of the Carma Carpooling fleet has just received the first wrap of what will be many. Look for these cars to be hitting the road shortly, and check out the Carma Carpooling app – where you can easily connect with people who share your commute.
Plumbing companies in the greater Los Angeles area are some of our best customers when it comes to vehicle graphics and car wraps.
Your utility truck can do double duty for your business when it doubles as a vehicle to literally drive your advertising!
Your utility truck is likely in use and on the road several hours a day, maybe even 40 hours a week or more. So why not make use of the space and gas that you are already paying for, and let that truck do double duty as a sales and marketing vehicle too?