Have you ever noticed signs that didn’t fit their location or purpose? Signs that were out of place in their surroundings, or inappropriate for the organization? I recall signs used a few years ago for highway rest stops. These rustic wooden style signs may have fit park areas, but looked out of place on the interstate highways where they were … (read more)
I’ve been taken to the hospital in an ambulance. I’m an adult, and it was scary. I was afraid. If it hadn’t been for the staff, it may have been terrifying. Now imagine what an ambulance ride must be like for a child.
My first impression of the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital critical care transport was — “that’s fun!” It took me a minute … (read more)
At first glance, one might wonder if this 53’ semi-trailer wrap is sponsored by Rural King, Redbrand Fencing, or the FFA. Although it’s Rural King’s trailer, the wrap promotes all three brands / entities. We’ve wrapped a dozen trailers for Rural King, but unlike most fleets, each Rural King trailer is wrapped with a different design. Rural King partners … (read more)
Can you think of a better way to arrive at a concert than riding in a limousine wrapped with the artist’s brand? That’s exactly what this Limo is and how it was used. I believe it was used “All Summer Long,” and no one was “Wasting Time,” as it really gets the “Picture” across (a couple of Kid Rock hits, … (read more)
This Detour Catering vehicle wrap shares a wealth of information without being too “busy.” Rather than being overly complicated and losing the message, it effectively shares several messages and call to actions.
This is accomplished by using every bit of space available, including the windows. The company’s logo is prominent with “catering — to go” added. There are images of … (read more)
We like Red Gold. A lot. What’s not to like? They’re an Indiana based company with a great story. They have colorful and fun trailer wraps. You can’t miss them, and we’ve been privileged to help them with both truck graphics and signage. They’re a growing progressive company who uses advertising, social media, and vehicle wraps effectively to build … (read more)
During last summer’s 2012 drought, I posted a rain dance on Twitter. I’m not taking credit, but it rained a few days after. As I write this, it’s 35 degrees outside my office. It’s also April 1st — April Fool’s Day. So, like my rain dance, today’s photo blog attempts to remind Mother Nature what season it is. It’s spring. Time … (read more)
There’s snow on the ground at TKO Graphix in good ole’ Plainfield, Indiana. But that doesn’t mean auto racing isn’t in full throttle. For me, the season begins in Daytona, with speed week culminating in the Daytona 500. Last week, the Indy Car Series got rolling with James Hinchcliff of Team Andretti, winning the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg; NASCAR Sprint Cup has now … (read more)
The graphics challenge for this Dodge Challenger was to add to the mystique of this classic brand, and not take away from it. Vehicle graphics don’t have to be complex to be effective. If the design becomes too busy, it can be distracting. There’s a place for simplicity and elegance in most creative endeavors, whether it’s interior decorating, web design, … (read more)