2022 Sign Contest: Best In-House Design and Fabrication, Illuminated FIRST PLACE Open-face aluminum letters, LED cove lighting, carnival-style LED bulbs...
2022 Sign Contest: Best of Show DESIGNED BASED ON a logo provided by Ross Johnson Design (Rapid City, SD), the robot, staircase and sign were crafted...
2022 Sign Contest: Best In-House Design and Fabrication, Non-Illuminated FIRST PLACE This 24-ft.-tall cover subject and Best of Show winner took about two months to construct;...
“Sprocket” cranks up the competition to take Best of Show honors among a field of nearly 150 individual sign entries.
With boom truck in tow, installers wrap a new condominium building with colorful graphics spanning 662 sq. ft.
From post office to office space, a digital printer completes a major branding endeavor.
WrapStar University is raising up the next wave of installers, helping solve a shortage of industry talent.
Strokes of genius give these walls a wow factor.
Installers navigate a boom truck misadventure to wrap a tent on a tilted axis of 78 degrees.
"At the time of conception, we still had only a theory that this could even be possible."