Are Rear Window Graphics All About Design?

by Nate Crane - Date: 2010-09-12 - Word Count: 416 Share This!

Custom vehicle graphics can be as simple as a website on the back window of your car, all the way up to a unique custom designed complete vehicle wrap. No matter what kind of graphics you decide to put on your vehicle, it has been proven time and time again that it's a great marketing investment.

One thing to keep an eye out when deciding what kind of graphics to put on your vehicle is the structure of the design. Designing vehicle graphics is an art, and it is best done by an experienced artist. I mean, you wouldn't take your car to an electrician if you need to put in a new motor, so why would you take your car to anyone other than an experienced artist.

Creating an attractive and profitable design for a car, truck, or van requires not only a lot of skill, but also a high level of ingenuity and creativity. An effective design can either be simple and elegant, or complex and graphical.

When working with a professional advertising company it's important to know whether or not they have the experience of designing vehicle graphics. If they don't have the experience, but they have other creative and effective work they've done for other clients, it could possibly be worth giving them the shot to design your wrap, but always make sure to work on a deposit basis.

If you are getting rear window graphics for your vehicle, take into consideration that you can work with printed vinyl, perforated vinyl, or straight cut vinyl. Cut vinyl is very affordable and effective because it is used specifically for words, phone numbers and website addresses. Just simply putting a business name and/or a website address in the rear window of your car can bring potentially hundreds or even thousands of new visitors to your website over the course of the life of your window graphics.

Another form of rear window graphics is a graphical design composed of images, attractive colors and words, printed on either outdoor vinyl or perforated vinyl. Perforated vinyl allows you to see through the window from the inside out, but not vice versa. Straight vinyl is going to be more clear and more visible, but perforated vinyl still looks very professional and is a little safer on the rear window of your car, truck or van.

So whether your deciding to get a rear window graphics or a complete car wrap, always remember that when it comes to advertising and marketing, your image is everything.

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