Thursday, April 20, 2006


Hungry yet? The logistics of laying out such a project can be a nightmare. But this all went according to plan for the most part.

I Illustrated in Illustrator® then brought into Photoshop® where I added the sandwich and chips then the water bottle. Of course this all needed to be reversed on the other side. Also, I had to make provisions so their logo and critical design elements wouldn't be obstructed by doors or hinges. The rear of the vehicle turned out nice where I was able to place the logo right in the middle of the slide up door. The files are all set up to where the sandwiches and water can be replaced with alternate drinks and snacks for future trucks. This was all digitally printed on a Mimaki JV3#-75 and laminated, with the install consisting of (6) 30" panels a side and (3) panels on the rear. The install was no small task either, taking one man about two days to complete. Now to get me something to eat!


Blogger Alina Chau said...

THat's soooo COOOL!! WOW!! Must be neat to see your own design on the van!! NEATO!

5:44 PM  
Blogger Jeope said...

A rolling promo. Cool!

What kind of file size does this sort of job get to?

10:59 AM  
Blogger DavidSniderDesignStudio said...

Each side file without the snack art is 687MB. The snack files are 291 MB.

12:54 PM  
Blogger Holly said...

Outsatnding! What a great project. Nice to be able to see your work moving all over town. Cheers!

10:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is very nice! Kudos!

10:12 AM  

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