Mentor, Ohio, January 24, 2017 – Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions today revealed a list of top 15 unique wrap projects created with its digitally printable and screen and cut vinyl films. Eight non-traditional wraps and seven vehicle wraps were chosen based on their noteworthy and creative use of Avery Dennison films.
“The annual list of top projects has become a highlight for Avery Dennison,” said Jeff Losch, marketing director, Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions. “It’s exciting to see how our films, whether recently-released technology or classic color change, can be used in a multitude of applications. Over the past few years, the vinyl industry has been changing to become more visionary and resourceful and we see that reflected in this year’s Top 15 list.”
The eight unique non-car wrap and seven vehicle wraps projects shared with Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions - North America in 2016 include:
Top Non-Vehicle Wraps of 2016
Austin Extreme Graphics wrapped five traffic control boxes throughout hometown, Austin, Texas. The shop used Avery Dennison® MPI 1105 for the installation of the vibrant prints that were commissioned by the City of Austin.
Shane Lloyd, of GeckoWraps in Las Vegas, wrapped a young customer’s bed in digitally printed blue camouflage. Avery Dennison® MPI 1105 was used to transform it into something he can use for years to come.
Avery Dennison employee, Roger Chang, used Avery Dennison® Supreme Wrapping™ Film Matte Metallic Night Blue to wrap his wife’s piano. The film complements the natural wood finish of the piano.
John Lawson, formerly of USA Image, captured the history of the Germantown Mill Lofts with the help of Avery Dennison® MPI 2105 and DOL 2080. The Germantown Mill Lofts is a residential project that converted an old mill in Louisville into lofts. Large, mural-style photographs from when the mill was in operation are featured throughout the complex.
Avery Dennison® Supreme Wrapping™ Film Gloss White was used to enhance the backsplash of this kitchen. Sven-Mikael Mikkelsen, of SM Custom in Kongsvinger, Norway, wrapped his kitchen to add extra value when selling his home.
KI Studios in San Diego, CA took car wraps to the next level when they wrapped their shop’s wall in Avery Dennison® MPI 2600 Textured Wall Film. The printed wall wrap features a red Lamborghini Aventador.
After Bill Lee, of Wrapstar, inherited his grandfather’s pool table, he wanted to update it to make it match his home’s interior. Lee used Avery Dennison® Supreme Wrapping™ Film Diamond White to make something old into something new.
Topic Design, a web design and public relations agency, used Avery Dennison® MPI 2600 Textured Wall Film with the Natural Stucco finish to bring their branding front and center in their new office. One wall features a bright yellow graphic displaying a creative quote, while another showcases the company’s signature orange pattern.
Top Vehicle Wraps of 2016
For Fleet Week 2016, the San Francisco Fleet Week Association, with the help of A52 Signs & Graphics, commemorated the U.S. Navy Blue Angels’ 70th Anniversary and fallen Blue Angels pilot Marine Capt. Jeff Kuss. A Chevy Suburban was wrapped in Avery Dennison® MPI 1105 with DOL 1360 overlaminate and used to transport dignitaries and Blue Angel pilots during the week’s festivities.
Nick Caminiti’s winning 2016 Wrap Like a King Challenge entry, Toxic Rat, was wrapped in printed Avery Dennison® Supreme Wrapping™ Film Diamond Silver with DOL 1460 overlaminate film. The entry’s design was inspired by the 1960’s and the film combination created a look that’s not possible with custom paint.
World-class installer Justin Pate used Avery Dennison® MPI 1105 and DOL 1380z for a classic color change wrap on a 1950 Nash Statesman Super Airflyte.
Nate Kraus of Clear View Signs wrapped a 2014 Ford F-150 in Avery Dennison® Conform Chrome Silver. The geometric design was created using printed Avery Dennison® DOL 1460z overlaminate.
Incognito Wraps used a combination of Avery Dennison® Colored Overlaminate in Orange overlaid on Avery Dennison® Conform Chrome Silver and Avery Dennison® Supreme Wrapping™ Film Matte Black on a Ford Flex. The combination of finishes showcases the unlimited possibilities an installer can create with Avery Dennison films.
Alex Laughlin, driver for Gas Monkey Racing, burned up the track in this Avery Dennison® Supreme Wrapping™ Film ColorFlow Urban Jungle wrap. The racecar was wrapped at the 2016 SEMA Show in the Avery Dennison booth.
Rodney Blackerby of Diamond Graphix wrapped a 2015 Kenworth Heavy Duty Big Rig Tow Truck in Avery Dennison® MPI 1105 and DOL 1360z. For years the company was stuck with a bland white, tow truck, Diamond Graphix created a dynamic, digitally printed wrap to help the fleet stand out among the competition.
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