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2 0 1 7 • WRAPS • 47 DESIGN F leet graphics? Check. Wraps for a prototype tri-hull kayak? You've got it. Over the past 10 years, what started as a garage operation has turned into a booming wrap business, and at PDX Wraps, we've seen our fair share of installation types along the way. As innovation and technology continue to advance in the wrap industry, the only limit on creative poten- tial is our own imagination and skill. This holds especially true for color change films. As a wrap business, there's no cap on the number of proj- ects that ask for the use of printed graphics. However, the continued expansion of color, texture and effect options for color change films is making many installers and designers reconsider the way they approach wrap projects. And custom- ers are starting to notice. Trust the Process "Big and Bold is Better." That's one of the mottos we live by at PDX Wraps, and it holds true for nearly every project we work on. Whether it's a small graphic addition to the side of a van, or a complete branding overhaul to a vehicle fleet, clearly convey- ing a company's message and identity is of upmost importance. And with 90 percent of our clientele looking to us for design Designing with Color Change Casey Folk is the owner of PDX Wraps in Sherwood, Oregon. He is a 3M Preferred Graphics Installer. Following the contours and aesthetic of the car, we created a wrap tai- lored to best represent Dandy Rides' brand on its Chevrolet HHR. FILMS B Y C A S E Y F O L K Color Change Films Big and bold is better

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