By SignCraft Magazine
Posted on Thursday, February 28th, 2019
This approach has worked really well for me. I seldom have a customer who is not pleased, and I’m always at least satisfied that what goes out the door is effective.
I’m doing about the same mix of work as I’ve always done. Most of the work I do is on wheels. I would say 85% of it is vehicle graphics. The rest are mostly flat signs. I seldom pick up a roller to paint a background. It’s either going to have a vinyl background or I will take the panel to a body shop and have it sprayed. I try to work clean. I also do some architectural signs which I outsource to Howard Industries.
I think I get to be a little more creative than I used to, too. For a while there, all you could do was cut and layer vinyl, but now with digital printing you can do a lot more with your designs.