Ask the man in the street what a vinyl wrap is, and they’ll probably tell you that it’s “when someone changes the color of a car or puts graphics on a car.” And while that is true, every good sign and graphics provider knows that there is so much more to be wrapped than just cars and trucks. In this wrap showcase, we are sharing some standout wraps of alternative vehicles, beyond cars and trucks – all produced with Roland DG printers.
The following examples showcase some of the highlight wraps over the last 6 years of shows where the Digital EFX partnership of Matt Richarts and Dallas Fowler have entertained show audiences in the Roland DGA booth with the speed and skill in which they’ve wrapped everything from a camper van to high-performance sportscars.
Top 10 Richard Childress Racing NASCAR Schemes— Austin Dillon, Tyler Reddick and Anthony Alfredo Reveal Their Favorites
The NASCAR season comes to a close this weekend having continued to entertain fans despite the challenges to live sporting events in 2020. As a company that supplies large format printer solutions, we especially love the “color of NASCAR" so we’re sharing the favorite racecar graphics of Austin Dillon, Tyler Reddick, and Anthony Alfredo, as well as favorite color schemes from members of the RCR Graphics Center team.
In the final installment of our blog series in which we showcase the very talented people at RCR Graphics Center powered by Roland DG, Lee Ball talks to us about how much the industry has changed over the last few decades and a few of the wrap strategies that RCR use to wrap their NASCAR vehicles and make them "camera-ready" for racetrack.
What's cooler than boldly going where no man has gone before? Boldly going where no man has gone before with a sweet wrap emblazoned on your galactic transportation vehicle. To celebrate the release of Roland DG's new TrueVIS VG series, we're having a bit of fun, imagining what some future vehicles would look like if their graphics were produced on the future of print/cut devices.
Before you start designing, you should size up the vehicle. Photograph the vehicle from all sides and take key measurements of the sides, hood, rear, roof and bumpers, then scale the photos accordingly in your design software.