Business owners, artists, designers, military personnel, racecar drivers, gearheads and other transport owners have been putting graphics on their vehicles since horses were pulling carts. When looking at the history of vehicle graphics, we can see the evolution of graphic design and advertising itself; from the early beginnings of simple company branding on carts, to the impressive car wraps we see today with full-color graphics on cars, trucks, boats, planes and other vehicles. The following infographic leads you on a design journey from paintbrush to printer with fun facts and fascinating data.
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