Designing a Boat Wrap

Designing a Boat Wrap

One of the most trying times when trying to build a business is deciding on a boat wrap that helps identify you with the salmon fishing industry. That being said it does tend to target you when someone has a complaint.

Going forward I spent many days trying to come up with something creative and being inept about graphic design I needed help and I wanted something different.

Working with a number of different designers I had a rough idea of which direction I wanted to go but they all seemed to give me some bland generic design with no flair or detail I wanted to have.

Until I met Austin at PDX Wraps in Sherwood Oregon.

PDX Wraps logo

These guys were great. I had my rough sketch and Austin allowed me to sit down with his head designer Chris and by the end of the next two hours we had a 90% rendition of the layout. Chris wanted a couple more days to think about it and when he showed me the end product they overachieved themselves.

PDX Wraps did one thing better than the others, “ They listened” during the design phase I wanted a Spring Chinook Salmon to showcase the logo with a detailed bottom terrain looking like the lower Columbia River and this is what I got. Perfect.

Boat with wrap

PDX Wraps is located at 13565Tualatin-Sherwood Rd. Suite 400 Sherwood, halfway between the towns of Sherwood and Tualatin.  They have just moved into a new facility that holds numerous cars and up to a 45 ft. semi-tractor trailer.

Their larger clients are about cars but, they do boats and I tend to think that wrap is a more challenging design.

They have a great team to work with and are creative with their designs.  Their creativity and thought process will give you the best available product.

Thank you, Austin and PDX Wrap staff.

 

By | 2018-01-05T02:36:01+00:00 January 5th, 2018|Uncategorized|

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