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The roots of Dream Street Graphics date back to 1982, when founder John Wiley first got into the business.
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In 2012 a McDonald's franchisee decided to install a sign designed to replicate the original style of the company's signage.
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#201Wrap is part of the Paint Is Dead network— "killing it daily" as they like to say.
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This is what a shed with decades of old accumulated signage looks like.
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The Sign Pad is a full-service sign and graphics shop that specializes in vehicle wraps of all types.
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Watch as Jerry Wolfe Alward demonstrates how to make new hand lettering look antique.
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Our question is: Would this even be legal to drive on the streets outside of being in a parade or something?
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Jackson Alves is based in Brazil but his skills have him traveling all over the world to work with clients and to give workshops.
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Yiannimize has more than 1 million subscribers to its YouTube channel.
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Weather plays a huge role when doing high-rise installations such as this one.

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