This week’s Vintage Vinyl video comes to us from Tacoma, Washington, where WrapJax did a number on a classic Plymouth Roadrunner. According to the website, the company’s founders used to run other businesses and always believed wrapping their vehicles was the single most effective form of advertising. The problem, they say, was too many inconsistencies with design and quality—and that led to their “Eureka Moment.” Out of that, WrapJax was born. Today, it’s a full-service graphic design and sign shop, in addition to offering vehicle wraps, window graphics and wall murals. It recently opened up a second location in Woodinville, a little northeast of Seattle. Nice job fellas!
Vintage Vinyl: This Roadrunner Does More Than Go ‘Beep-Beep’
April 6, 2017