I have this theory you see..
I have this theory why Steve Martin and John Candy had such bad luck in 1987. You see Neal Page was extremely high up in the advertising industry as a marketing executive. Yet I feel he would have had an easier time making it to Chicago if he had all of his ‘planes, trains, and automobiles’ professionally wrapped by Signs of Intelligence, HA!
But in all seriousness, our shops’ capabilities range far beyond specifically car wrapping. We’ve dipped into the realms of Food Truck wrapping, and most recently boat wrapping!
We were initially presented with a truck that read “Pressed for Time Paninis”, it was completely outdated and the coloring was faded to the point where it had a negative impact on the product’s branding.
Our client came to use with a problem and we presented him a solution!
Except there was 1 stipulation, it HAD to resemble the Duke’s mayo jar.
So around 3 proofs later, we finally crafted the beauty below.
Simplicity is truly the best policy.
Nuts and Bolts of Fishing Boat
Check out our first boat wrap we completed, for “Captain Cefus McRae” from the Nuts and Bolts of Fishing which airs regularly on the Fox Sports Network.
This project required the Captain to work side by side with our Director of Production and Design, Daniel(pictured below alongside the Captain). Together after a day or so, of deliberation, a brilliant design was produced on 3M material.
Designing the wrap had to portray the Captain’s personality, so the “Wahoo” fish was the best choice.
In total, the project took only one and a half days to complete, with one entire day dedicated to wrapping. The wrap had such a quick turnout time because Signs of Intelligence needed to avoid the high humidity levels with the unpredictable Georgia weather.
Another challenging factor was calculating the angles of the sponsors in order to appear level when the boat sat in the water.
But at the end of the day, the Captain was floored with the results.
This is my personal favorite, mainly for sentimental value.
Pictured below is the Signs of Intelligence official install vehicle “Rogue One”
Rogue One was purchased at the end of August and had been such an aid to our production schedule.
The concept mirrors the wrap on Jim Feeney’s truck, with the image portraying our logo appearing after the exterior of the car being peeled to reveal the artwork.
Simple. Cost Effective. Side Branding.
Check out our Facebook page to see part of the wrapping process!