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Custom Car Creations for Cutegecko

Posted by Lisa on 8/1/2012


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Start With A Blank Canvas and See Where Artistic Vehicle Graphics Can Lead You

To start  vinyl vehicle graphics the best jump off point is a clean car, without any markings or dirt to hinder adherence.  When it looks fresh you will be able to picture what you want on your automobile and where you want it placed.  This is how the concept for the Cutegecko Design Agency began.

As you have may have noticed in earlier posts, Karl & Amy of Cutegecko Inc. are great #B2B partners here in our community.  We love working with designers to transform their designs into artistic signs.  This time we were applying their logo and lettering to their new car.  Once they provided us with their design concept, it didn’t take long for Ben, our vinyl master to get to work on colour matching and vinyl plotting.  Their Fiat was made into a mobile branding billboard in no time flat.

Make A Mobile Masterpiece

It is important to remember that your car travels where you travel.  It is really important to let it represent you and your business.  Driving a rusty clunker is not the best way to display your professionalism.  Finding a way to stand out from your surroundings is always the way to go.  Would you notice this driving by?

Find What Drives You

What would make you stand out?  What would your vehicle look like with vinyl graphics?  Would you want window decals?  These are just some of the questions that Karl & Amy asked themselves when they came up with their ideas.  You can read about what they learned over on their post for Promotional Vehicles.

We Have The Answers

If you still have questions on the best way to brand your company car, make sure to contact us.  We’re here to help from concept to completion.  Who knows you might get to Hi-Five our vinyl master too!

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4 Responses to “Custom Car Creations for Cutegecko”

  1. Posted by Lisa on 8/1/2012

    Think you could make my 2005 Suburban “Smile”?

  2. Posted by Lisa on 8/1/2012

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