Avery Dennison Announces Top 15 Wraps of 2017
Mentor, Ohio, January 30, 2018 – Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions announced today the Top 15 vinyl wraps from 2017. The fourth annual list of vehicle and non-vehicle wraps features Avery Dennison vinyl used in unique and creative ways. Ten non-vehicle wraps and five car wraps were installed with Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping™ Film, Conform Chrome™ and MPI 1105™ Digital film.
“Avery Dennison innovations in new Supreme Wrapping Film colors and our enhanced digital film, MPI 1105, brought bright colors to the forefront in the graphics projects we chose for the 2017 Avery Dennison Top 15 list,” said Jeff Losch, North America marketing director at Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions. “The Top 15 Wraps List also highlights our films ability to conform and adhere to a variety of substrates, ranging from hair clippers to a kayak, a playground and concrete walls.”
The Top 10 non-vehicle wraps of 2017 include:
An escalator wrapped by Jeffrey Chudoff of FASTSIGNS. The United States Sign Council commissioned the install on the escalator at the 2017 Atlantic City Sign Show. Avery Dennison MPI 1105 and DOL 1360 overlaminate were used to complete the project.
Brodie Matthews of DeCo Tint installed Avery Dennison MPI 1105 and Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Films on a children’s splash park in Colorado. Over 650 square feet of film was installed around the water park’s play area, to bring color and art to the park.
Ken Mahlschnee, owner and installer at Bullitt Auto Detail and Vinyl Wraps, got on the fidget spinner trend of 2017 and wrapped a few in Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film and Avery Dennison Conform Chrome. The fidget spinners were a fun at-home project for him and his sons.
A prosthetic arm was wrapped in Avery Dennison MPI 1105 in a camouflage print by Stephen Boyer of Laser Wraps.
Russell Westbrook’s barber’s hair clippers got the star treatment using Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film. Charlie Trujillo of Lettering Express wrapped the clippers in a custom design that featured the basketball player’s clothing line logo.
To enhance the Skyspace LA attraction at the US Bank Building experience, Jennifer Solar of Solar Art transformed the elevators that take visitors up to the top floor. The glass elevator and mirrors were wrapped in Avery Dennison Conform Chrome, Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film, and Avery Dennison Gold SF100-604-S.
Martin Turecek of WrapStyle turned a kayak into a piece of art. The kayak is wrapped in Avery Dennison MPI 1005.
Avery Dennison MPI 1105 was used to wrap two SS Tanks and epoxy sealed concrete walls. The large format wraps, installed 40 feet up in the air, were completed by James Laber of IDEA! Printing & Graphics Inc. The digital film was printed on an HP 26500 Latex printer and laminated with Avery Dennison DOL 6460 on the tanks and DOL 1060 on the wall.
A “mini museum” was installed on the plant floor of the GM assembly plant in Arlington, Texas. The internal display was created and installed for plant workers to learn the history of the company and the plant where they work. Duston Noble of Wrap Experts used Avery Dennison MPI 1105 and DOL 1380 for the project.
Installer, Justin Pate, and artist, Mark Dean Veca, teamed up to transform the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, California. Avery Dennison MPI 1105 was used on the walls and the floor of the exhibit, featuring a design from Veca.
The Top 5 vehicle wraps of 2017 include:
“Lei’d Low,” a 1963 Volkswagen Beetle, was the winner of the 2017 Wrap Like a King Challenge. Nick Caminiti of Exotic Graphix took home the grand prize and title of “King of the Wrap World,” for his wrap featuring Avery Dennison 900 Supercast Black and Avery Dennison MPI 1105 Easy Apply RS™ laminated with DOL 6460.
A pink, double-articulated bus in Reno, Nevada, was wrapped in Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film. The bus raised awareness for breast cancer and early detection for the Renown Reno Hospital. The install was completed by Leslie Groblewski of Grafics Unlimited Inc.
Vasiliy Dankanich of Fitment4, wrapped a 1968 Volkswagen Transporter in Avery Dennison Conform Chrome Gold. Dankanich said, “The Conform Chrome worked much better than any chrome I’ve ever laid. It went on smooth and didn’t scratch as easy as most chrome vinyl!”
A Ferrari 488 was wrapped in a PacMan design for a challenge rally in Saint Tropez. Joffery Van Der Jagt of ProWrap used Avery Dennison MPI 1105 for the digitally printed design.
Michael Morris of Fresh Layers took Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film™ ColorFlow™ Satin Fresh Spring to a whole new level in 2017. He faded the color wrap into Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film Satin Black on a Nissan 350z.
To see more more wraps throughout 2018, follow Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AveryDennisonGraphics, and on Twitter and Instagram at @ADGraphics_NA. To be considered for the 2018 Top 15 list, installers can submit their projects to http://avydn.co/GraphicsSubmission.