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Avery Dennison Partners with Transit System in Design-a-Bus-Wrap Art Contest

The winning design was put on a 35-ft. bus in Lake County, OH.




Olivia Indre Olivia Indre, a senior at Mentor High School (Mentor, OH), won first prize for her Laketran Design-A-Bus-Wrap entry themed, “For a Greener Future.” Avery Dennison was a contest co-sponsor and donated the graphic films.”

Avery Dennison (Mentor, OH) has announced that the winning design in a Design-a-Bus-Wrap student art contest was recently launched on a 35-ft. local bus in Lake County, OH. Olivia Indre, a senior at Mentor High School, won first prize for her design entry themed, “For a Greener Future.” Her wrap design will be displayed on the bus for six months.

Per a release, Avery Dennison donated its MPI 1105 Easy Apply RS wrapping film, clear overlaminate DOL 1360Z for added durability, V4000 beaded reflective film, and MPI 2528 50/50 perforated film for the window graphics. Akron, OH-based Repros Color donated its services to print and install the graphics.

The Laketran Design-a-Bus-Wrap Student Art Contest was open to middle school, high school and college students from Lake County or students enrolled in a Lake County school, art school or homeschooled during the 2020-2021 school year. Contestants were encouraged to highlight the contest’s “Lake County Pride” theme, using their artwork to promote public transit or one or more features of Lake County. Seventy-seven student artists submitted entries. The top five entries can be viewed here.

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The Laketran Design-A-Bus-Wrap

The Laketran Design-A-Bus-Wrap graphic film materials used for the winning bus design were Avery Dennison MPI 1105 EZ Apply RS digital wrapping film with DOL 1360Z Gloss Overlaminate, Avery Dennison V4000 High Visibility Beaded Reflective Film, and Avery Dennison MPI 2528 50/50 Perforated window graphic film.




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